They announced the total amount of the donation on their official site. http://www.charity-kobe.jp/ Donation ￥10,604,562 Auction ￥5,877,698 Total ￥16,482,260 =　＄161,707 Good job, skaters!! And thanks to all who came to the show and donated for the victims.. The cast: http://www.charity-kobe.jp/images/top.jpg Daisuke Takanashi(as MC), Mao Asada, Taketo Tamura, Takeshi Honda, Nobunari Oda, Satoko Miyahara, Taichi Honda, Marin Honda, Mariko Kihara, Taichiro Yamakuma, Kazuki Tomono, Kaori Sakamoto, Mai Mihara, Saya Ueno, Ayana Yasuhara and others. Links to the video/photo of the charity show. Mao skated Jupiter again. It's kinda relief to see healthy Mao skating Jupiter since when she was skating this ex program she was very thin because of many struggles such as her mom's death, reworking on her basics, and of course the disaster. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSv66DHrMGg http://www.tokyo-sports.co.jp/wp-co.../23ffcc741b8dfc0b4dfb1bb1ec3c96ae-182x300.jpg Daisuke proposed the plan of the charity show and this is the forth year to be held.　Daisuke hadn't recovered enough from his injury so he worked as MC. Wish quick and full recover for Daisuke! Nobu skated The Last Samurai. Japanese skaters have been doing great support since the disaster. One of the reasons might be many of their fellow skaters are from the affected areas, especially Sendai where Takeshi Honda, Shizuka and Hanyu etc are from. And another might be the skaters who were representatives of Japan to be sent to the canceled Tokyo Worlds had conflicts inside of themselves. Many of them said later that they were wondering whether it was good or not to skate in the Worlds( even in re-scheduled Russian Worlds) since many people were still struggling in Japan. Mao was very shocked by the disaster and kept out of the rink for a week. It affected her peeking but she said later that she wished to skate well there to encourage Japanese people who were affected by the disaster. Shame she didn't place high enough to show her Jupiter in the exhibition show. But I was very much moved by the opening/ending of the exhibition show in Russian Worlds, which was choreographed to support Japan in pain. Back to the topic Japanese skaters are still very active for supporting the people who were affected by the disaster. They do skate in the charity shows across the country, hold skating classes for the victim kids, and go and skate in the shows in the affected areas. ETA: Link to an interview with Daisuke. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK_dteQUtW4#t=17 Daisuke was interviewed after the charity show. He was asked about his retirement but he didn't answer clearly. He explained like; If he continues competing, he won't quit in a coupe of years, it means he'll aim at the next Olys. It is a big decision. If he retires after this season, it's also a big decision. So he said he needs enough time to consider about his future.