Johnny's is continuing there support of the relief effort in Japan the best way they can. Not only have they donated trucks but they plan on cutting the amount of power they use for their concerts down to 10% of what the normally use to help conserve energy. And they are in the planning stages for a charity single.
Takizawa Hideaki, Imai Tsubasa and Nakayama Yuma have even gone so far to have gone with the trucks to personally check out what the situation is in the area.
Tokyo Graph article. (English)
Reading news like this makes me so proud to be a Johnny's fan. I'm glad they have figured out a way to continue the concerts while conserving energy. Continuing the concerts will surely help raise spirits for their fans.
Can't say I'm surprised to learn they're planning a charity single as with the Kobe earthquake back in 1995 they did quite a bit of that. I wouldn't be surprised if they bring back J-Friends for this and I hope they include as many Johnnys as possible as I'm sure they all want to do their best to help.
And the last bit just chokes me up. It amazes me that they would do that, especially Yuma since he's still so young. I am so proud to be his fan right now.
EDIT: Tokyo Graph has updated their article and it seems like they made a translation error. Tackey, Tsubasa and Yuma did not go with the trucks but rather help loaded them up with the supplies. Thinking about it that makes more sense as I had been wondering how a minor like Yuma would be able to go to a disaster area.
I'm still proud of them to take the time out to help like that. I've helped load trucks before for various reasons and it's not the easiest of work if there is a lot to pack.