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A bus stop bench, in a rather forlorn state, is situated against the backdrop of an idyllic, seaside landscape in Ohara, Miyagi Prefecture, a remote area devastated by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.

The sight of the small community on Tohoku’s Oshika Peninsula was too sad for Caroline Pover, a British writer and publisher who has made Japan her home since 1996.

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