Onagawa Town, Miyagi Prefecture, photo from Mainichi.jp (click on photo) | 宮川県女川町、毎日.jp（画像をクリック）より
A whole year has passed since then.
I thought this was your photo for a second there! It is so amazing to see how much progress and clean up has happened there. It really upsets me when I think about other such tragegies and how those cities are still mending years after (New Orleans).
I remember reading about how the tourist areas in New Orleans were restored amazingly quickly as if the hurricane didn’t even happen while the poorer areas were left untouched. So sad but not surprising. In Japan they are now having problems on distributing the gathered rubble. Many cities and towns are declining because of the radiation. A tough and complicated problem😦
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