RIKUZENTAKATA, Japan -- The healing continues, more than four years after a magnitude-nine earthquake triggered a massive tsunami that devastated Japan , killing more than 15,000. Ten hours a day, six days a week, rock is funneled through nearly ... CBS News, 1 month ago
By Mutsumi Morita / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff Writer A new project launched by internationally renowned architect Toyo Ito on Omishima, an island in the Seto Inland Sea, is aimed at presenting the Japanese people with a lifestyle that utilizes the ...The Japan News, 1 month ago Behind the Scenes / Tsunami ruins: Demolish or preserve? The Japan News, 1 month ago Tsunami ruins: Demolish or preserve? Asia News Network, 1 month ago
cture: AFP Kesennuma. A Japanese city has vowed to preserve a pine tree that survived the country's devastating tsunami but is now rotting, BBC reported. The tree withstood the enormous wave which struck the coastal city of Kesennuma in 2011, ...Focus Bulgaria, 2 months ago
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