Sunday marked the one year anniversary of the tsunami and earthquake that devastated the northeastern coast of Japan, killing over 19,000 people and resulting in a nuclear crisis. We can’t express enough our love and empathy for our friends in Japan as the world marks this moment in history. The strength, perseverance and creativity the people of Japan have demonstrated over the past year humbles us beyond words.
You can donate money directly to relief efforts in Japan by purchasing our tees with Ace New York artist Kenzo Minami and Japanese surfer and artist Yusuke Hanai — one hundred percent of the sales go to The Real Medicine Foundation. Cash donations are also more than welcome on their website.
One good way to support is just to send a lot of love over the sea.

A man watches as his paper lantern, lit in commemoration of the victims of last year’s earthquake and tsunami, floats away on the one year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami. By Daniel Berehulak, Getty Images.

Sunday marked the one year anniversary of the tsunami and earthquake that devastated the northeastern coast of Japan, killing over 19,000 people and resulting in a nuclear crisis. We can’t express enough our love and empathy for our friends in Japan as the world marks this moment in history. The strength, perseverance and creativity the people of Japan have demonstrated over the past year humbles us beyond words.

You can donate money directly to relief efforts in Japan by purchasing our tees with Ace New York artist Kenzo Minami and Japanese surfer and artist Yusuke Hanai — one hundred percent of the sales go to The Real Medicine Foundation. Cash donations are also more than welcome on their website.

One good way to support is just to send a lot of love over the sea.

A man watches as his paper lantern, lit in commemoration of the victims of last year’s earthquake and tsunami, floats away on the one year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami. By Daniel Berehulak, Getty Images.


Hellion Galleryのイベント、PDX POP UPは大成功に終わりました。

ポートランドの魅力を味わおうと、150人を超える人々が東京の高円寺に集まり、

デルタ航空とAce Hotelからの提供によるポートランドへの往復航空券とAce Hotelの宿泊券がラッキーな1名に当たりました。 2012年、次回のポートランドのイベントにぜひご期待ください!


Artist and pal Timothy Goodman, who gave Ace Hotel NYC room 910 its soul, is part of Plywood for Good, an auction tonight in San Francisco, hosted by Collective Good — thirty skateboard decks were distributed to thirty Bay Area artists to with as they pleased. 100% of proceeds will be donated to further support relief efforts in Japan — Tim has represented the colors of Japan’s flag in his piece. Come out if you’re in the neighborhood — see full details on Tim’s blog.

Artist and pal Timothy Goodman, who gave Ace Hotel NYC room 910 its soul, is part of Plywood for Good, an auction tonight in San Francisco, hosted by Collective Good — thirty skateboard decks were distributed to thirty Bay Area artists to with as they pleased. 100% of proceeds will be donated to further support relief efforts in Japan — Tim has represented the colors of Japan’s flag in his piece. Come out if you’re in the neighborhood — see full details on Tim’s blog.


Photograher and Ace NYCer Travis Blue in a moment of rest from a recent circumnavigational Manhattan bike ride, outfitted in our Beams x Ace Hotel Hang Together shirt — all proceeds from the shirt go to benefit Real Medicine's relief efforts in Japan.
Keeping Mr. Blue company is The Little Red Lighthouse — the last of its kind in Manhattan — sending extra light and warmth to our friends in Japan.

Photo by Prestin Yoder

Photograher and Ace NYCer Travis Blue in a moment of rest from a recent circumnavigational Manhattan bike ride, outfitted in our Beams x Ace Hotel Hang Together shirt — all proceeds from the shirt go to benefit Real Medicine's relief efforts in Japan.

Keeping Mr. Blue company is The Little Red Lighthouse — the last of its kind in Manhattan — sending extra light and warmth to our friends in Japan.



Photo by Prestin Yoder


We got together with our friends at Beams in Japan to create this limited edition T-shirt designed by Japanese artist and surfing enthusiast Yusuke Hanai. 100% of the proceeds will go towards the Real Medicine Foundation. The shirts are now up on our online shop, and are also available for purchase at Ace Hotels and at select Rudy’s Barbershop locations.
You can also donate to Real Medicine directly and we’ll match your donation dollar for dollar, through Saturday. We’re close to our goal of $18,000 and every little bit helps. Donate directly here. If you’re in the market for another awesome T-shirt, you can check out our recent collaboration with Kenzo Minami — 100% of profits from his RE: shirt will also go to the Real Medicine Foundation. Act fast so we can get a big chunk of change to this amazing organization.

We got together with our friends at Beams in Japan to create this limited edition T-shirt designed by Japanese artist and surfing enthusiast Yusuke Hanai. 100% of the proceeds will go towards the Real Medicine Foundation. The shirts are now up on our online shop, and are also available for purchase at Ace Hotels and at select Rudy’s Barbershop locations.

You can also donate to Real Medicine directly and we’ll match your donation dollar for dollar, through Saturday. We’re close to our goal of $18,000 and every little bit helps. Donate directly here. If you’re in the market for another awesome T-shirt, you can check out our recent collaboration with Kenzo Minami — 100% of profits from his RE: shirt will also go to the Real Medicine Foundation. Act fast so we can get a big chunk of change to this amazing organization.


NYC-based artist Kenzo Minami is an old friend, and has painted in the rooms of Ace Hotel Portland and NYC. He’s created a custom shirt for our online shop to raise money for relief efforts in Japan - 100% of proceeds will be donated to the Real Medicine Foundation. Here’s what the shirt’s about, in Kenzo’s words:

It is about ‘Re:’ in terms of ‘Reply’ - our reply to the tsunami and our response to Japan (which is this charity itself and collectively to help the world and give on a larger scale). Also, Japan will need a lot of ‘Re____’ from now on: ‘Rebuild,’ ‘Restart,’ ‘Reboot,’ ’Recharge’ and more.

The limited edition shirt is now up on our online shop, and is also available for purchase at all Ace Hotels and at select Rudy’s Barbershop locations.

NYC-based artist Kenzo Minami is an old friend, and has painted in the rooms of Ace Hotel Portland and NYC. He’s created a custom shirt for our online shop to raise money for relief efforts in Japan - 100% of proceeds will be donated to the Real Medicine Foundation. Here’s what the shirt’s about, in Kenzo’s words:

It is about ‘Re:’ in terms of ‘Reply’ - our reply to the tsunami and our response to Japan (which is this charity itself and collectively to help the world and give on a larger scale). Also, Japan will need a lot of ‘Re____’ from now on: ‘Rebuild,’ ‘Restart,’ ‘Reboot,’ ’Recharge’ and more.

The limited edition shirt is now up on our online shop, and is also available for purchase at all Ace Hotels and at select Rudy’s Barbershop locations.


We’re honored to work with our friends at Rudy’s Barbershop, Bimbo’s Cantina and Cha Cha Lounge to match donations to Real Medicine's Japan relief fundraising dollar for dollar.
The funds are focused on Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief, a Japanese non-profit organization based in Tokyo. JEN was founded in 1994 in response to the humanitarian crisis in Bosnia, and has since been conducting relief around the world for victims of war, internal conflicts and natural disasters. JEN is focusing on providing food and other needed supplies to those in Tokyo and in the earthquake/tsunami-affected northern zones.
To donate and help us reach the $18,000 goal, click here, or click the image above. And stay tuned for further updates about relief efforts from on the  ground in Japan on Real Medicine.
We’re also working with Ace artists on some forthcoming fundraising projects to help Japan - keep an eye on out here for updates.
This image is by artist James White, and he’s donating the proceeds from the print poster to aid Japan, as well.

We’re honored to work with our friends at Rudy’s Barbershop, Bimbo’s Cantina and Cha Cha Lounge to match donations to Real Medicine's Japan relief fundraising dollar for dollar.

The funds are focused on Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief, a Japanese non-profit organization based in Tokyo. JEN was founded in 1994 in response to the humanitarian crisis in Bosnia, and has since been conducting relief around the world for victims of war, internal conflicts and natural disasters. JEN is focusing on providing food and other needed supplies to those in Tokyo and in the earthquake/tsunami-affected northern zones.

To donate and help us reach the $18,000 goal, click here, or click the image above. And stay tuned for further updates about relief efforts from on the  ground in Japan on Real Medicine.

We’re also working with Ace artists on some forthcoming fundraising projects to help Japan - keep an eye on out here for updates.

This image is by artist James White, and he’s donating the proceeds from the print poster to aid Japan, as well.


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