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Reconstruction following the Great East Japan Earthquake

Prime Minisiter Abe visits Miyagi

Prime Minisiter Abe visits Miyagi


On May 2, 2017,
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Miyagi Prefecture
Prime Minisiter Abe visits Fukushima

Prime Minisiter Abe visits Fukushima


On April 8, 2017,
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Fukushima Prefecture
Prime Minisiter Abe visits Iwate

Prime Minisiter Abe visits Iwate


On March 12, 2017,
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Iwate Prefecture
Goodwill visit from overseas

Goodwill visit from overseas


A delegation of the Aspen Institute visits tsunami-stricken Ishinomakai and Iistens to an account of the disaster from a member of JEN, an international NGO.
Kizuna - The Bonds of Friendship -

Kizuna - The Bonds of Friendship -


Pictures drawn by elementary school children in quake-striken Onagawa City, Miyagi Prefecture.
Kizuna - The Bonds of Friendship -

Kizuna - The Bonds of Friendship -


Children wish for a bright future at an elementary school in quake-stricken Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture.
Thank you for the world

Thank you for the world


"Arigato," Japanese for "thank you," is written in the sand at a beach to express gratitude to U.S. military personnel who helped restore Sendai Airport.
Thank you for the world

Thank you for the world


Messages from around the world to the children of disaster-stricken Iwate, Miyagi and Fukushima prefectures, in the Children's Day (May5) special edition of the Kabe Shimbun(wall newspaper).

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