Three years ago, Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, lost one in 10 of its residents to the tsunami of March 11. Now, one-fourth of the population of 20,000 lives in temporary housing. Prefab construction is the norm. Everywhere there are signs of ... Rush Lane, 2 weeks ago
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The Japanese city of Rikuzentakata, in the Iwake prefecture, was inundated by the tsunami following the 9.0 earthquake in 2011. With the city in ruins, the local government decided to raise the level of their city to make it above sea level. The ...Digital Journal, 3 weeks ago
Name: Amya Miller Age: Ageless Nationality: American Occupation: Global public relations director for Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture Likes: Bread, chocolate Dislikes: Arrogant people 1. What first brought you to Japan? My parents. I was ...Japan Times, 1 month ago Amya Miller: 'What's the difference between a duck?' Japan Times, 1 month ago
RIKUZENTAKATA, IWATE PREF. The nation has lost its sense of crisis since the massive quake and tsunami that hit northeastern Japan in March 2011, warns Rikuzentakata Mayor Futoshi Toba. The situation now is more serious than I imagined ...Japan Times, 1 month ago
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