This is 2HJ, or Second Harvest Japan, a legitimate Japanese disaster charity and Japan's first food bank;http://www.2hj.org/index.php/eng_home
Before I give any more information, I'll say first that they do accept money donations, which is why I am making this post about them.
Here is their Nihongo page;http://www.2hj.org/
What is Second Harvest Japan?
More than 650,000 people in Japan lack "food security", the access to safe, nutritious food through socially acceptable channels.
At the same time, more than 6,000 metric tons of food is thrown away in Tokyo every day. If we can prevent this wastage and distribute a very small portion of this 6,000,000 kg, hundred-thousands of people may have secure access to food.
Second Harvest Japan does not pay for “new food” because there is already an ample amount wasted for us to draw from. Second Harvest Japan (2HJ) collects food that would otherwise go to waste from food manufacturers, farmers, and individuals, and distributes them to people in need such as children in orphanages, battered women and their children in shelters, and the homeless in Japan. 2HJ is the nation’s first food bank.
How a Food Bank Works.
Second Harvest Japan collects safe-to-consume food that became unsalable for various reasons from food companies and individual donors. Then, we distribute the food to those in need such as low-income households and single mother agencies.