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Japanese firms aid reconstruction efforts after quakes
Brunei Times

Businesses aid reconstruction efforts after quakes

By Taisuke Takeda and Haruna Fukushima / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff Writers Five years after the Great East Japan Earthquake, reconstruction efforts still continue in disaster-struck areas. Many businesses have leveraged their strengths to promote ... The Japan News, 3 days ago

Most municipalities hit by 2011 disasters see no need for emergency clause in Constitution

An overwhelming majority of municipal governments in Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures that were hard hit by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami and subsequent nuclear crisis do not see any need for an emergency response article ...
 Mainichi Daily News3 days ago

Japan's camellia crepes look blooming delicious 【Photos】

A rose by any other name may smell as sweet, but a flower that's actually a crepe tastes a lot better. Cakes and cookies tend to be pretty easy to decorate, since with all of their flat surface area, theyre sort of like edible canvases. Crepes ...
 RocketNews241 month ago Iwate's 'camellia crepes' look blooming delicious  Japan Today1 month ago
Japan Times

Woman taps camellia to nurture Tohoku industries back to life

For a businesswoman who wanted to support the recovery of the Tohoku region following the tragic 2011 earthquake-tsunami disaster, locally grown camellia plants with strong roots that survived the waves offered a beacon of hope. Although little ...
 Japan Times1 month ago Feature: Suffering still rampant 5 years on in tsunami-hit Tohoku region  China.org.cn1 month ago Suffering still rampant 5 years on in tsunami-hit Tohoku region  China Economic Net1 month ago
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Photos: Japan's 3/11 Tsunami, Then and Now

A farmer tries to plough soil irradiated after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant disaster in 2011. Today, his fields have been converted to a 30-year dumpsite for radioactive soil. (James Whitlow Delano) After the Tohoku earthquake spawned ...
 AsiaSource1 month ago After Fukushima: Faces from Japan's Tsunami Tragedy, Five Years On  EnvironmentGuru.com1 month ago TOKYO ELECTRIC POWER : After Fukushima: faces from Japan's tsunami tragedy, five years on  4 Traders1 month ago In Japan, an Incomplete Recovery From the Tsunami  US News & World Report1 month ago

Asian Catholics give witness to faith amid persecution, suffering

The 51ST International Eucharistic Congress (IEC) in Cebu recently saw Catholics giving inspiring witness testimonies of the boldness and courage of Christians in Asia amid persecution and suffering. Feisty 84-year-old Cardinal Joseph Zen, the ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 month ago

Ceremony held in N.Y. for victims of March 2011

Jiji Press NEW YORK (Jiji Press) — About 430 people gathered at a church in New York on Sunday to remember the victims of the monster earthquake and tsunami that devastated Pacific coastal areas of northeastern Japan on March 11, 2011. The ...
 The Japan News1 month ago
Asahi.com

FIVE YEARS AFTER: 10% of evacuees in temporary housing face...

Roughly one in 10 of all households still living in free temporary housing due to the 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster has no idea where to live in the future, even though some must move out as early as this spring, an Asahi Shimbun survey ...
 Asahi.com1 month ago
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