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Amending the Constituion /Poor preparation for a state of emergency
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Amending the Constituion /Poor preparation for a state of emer...

The Yomiuri Shimbun This is the second installment of a series. The disaster completely destroyed the Rikuzen-Takata city hall in Iwate Prefecture and killed the section chief who handled all election-related clerical work. The list of eligible ... The Japan News, 1 month ago

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As Abe touts reconstruction progress, Tohoku residents demand help for vulnerable (2016/6/29)

While on the campaign trail in the Tohoku region for the July 10 House of Councillors election, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been emphasizing that recovery from the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake is moving forward. However, is this really the ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 day ago

What Was Metabolism? Reflections on the Life of Kiyonori Kikutake

0 18 October, 2012 [embedded content] Toyo Ito's comparison between Kiyonori Kikutake and Kenzo Tange's projects reveals Kikutake's unique position amongst his fellow Metabolist architects. While most Japanese architects in the 60's were ...
 JA+U1 month ago

Young oysters up-and-coming Sanriku stars

The Yomiuri Shimbun MINAMI-SANRIKU, Miyagi — Farmers in Minami-Sanriku, Miyagi Prefecture, are cultivating rare unspawned oysters called Amakoro-gaki, aiming to sell them as the town's brand oyster and thereby restore the oyster farming industry ...
 The Japan News1 month ago
Brunei Times

Yoroku: Youths source of hope in disaster recovery (2016/3/12)

High school students from Kobe visited Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami disaster areas to work as volunteers. There, they had an opportunity to hear stories from the survivors. A woman told them about what she saw on March 11, 2011 -- tsunami ...
 Mainichi Daily News1 month ago Businesses aid reconstruction efforts after quakes  The Japan News2 months ago Japanese firms aid reconstruction efforts after quakes  Brunei Times1 month ago

Spotlight: Rapidly aging society, hollowed out workforce eviscerating Japan's local economies

Located in a woody, mountainous area and with a crystal-clear river passing through the small town, Kamikatsu in Tokushima Prefecture on Shikoku Island deserves to be listed as one of Japan's most beautiful villages. Relying on its outstanding ... month ago Rapidly aging society, hollowed out workforce eviscerating Japan's local economies  Global Times1 month ago

April's quakes cost Japan more than $6 billion

TOKYO - The economic impact of the earthquakes in southwestern Japan this April is estimated at 500 billion yen (S$6.86 billion), judging by sources including the government of hardest-hit Kumamoto Prefecture. Saturday marks a month since the ...
 Asiaone1 month ago

1.56MW Solar Plant Starts Operations Along River Affected by Tsunami

Real estate development expertise leveraged to buy approved property 2016/05/09 09:10 Shinichi Kato, Nikkei BP CleanTech Institute Fig. 1: About 1.5MW-output "Rikuzentakata City Yokotacho Solar Power Plant" is located between the ...
 Tech-On!1 month ago
Japan Times

Nagano student first to play violin made partly from 'miracle pine'

NAGANO A Nagano high school student has become the first person to play a new violin partially made from the symbolic miracle pine that survived the March 2011 tsunami. I was thinking of those who have suffered from the Great East Japan ...
 Japan Times1 month ago Student plays violin made partly from tsunami-hit pine tree in Nagano  Mainichi Daily News1 month ago

The Magic and the Mystery of Water

Water doesn't just sustain life and literature; it also takes them away. By Jason G. Goldman The Water Book: The Extraordinary Story of Our Most Ordinary Substance. (Photo: Headline Publishing Group) The Water Book: The Extraordinary Story of ...
 Pacific Standard1 month ago
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