On this week’s episode, The Japan Times’ Alex Martin visits Ishinomaki, 10 years after he first went there, to reconnect with residents he spoke with in the aftermath of the earthquake and to find out how the city is recovering from the tsunami. Also, Reuters’ Mari Saito tells us about the “phone of the wind,” where tsunami survivors can grieve for the people they lost.
- A decade on, real challenges lie ahead for communities devastated by March 2011 disaster (Alex K.T. Martin, The Japan Times)
- Photo essay: Tsunami survivors call lost loves on the ‘phone of the wind’ (Mari Saito via The Japan Times)
- Photo essay: The seawalls of Tohoku (Oscar Boyd, The Japan Times)
- The Japan Times’ coverage of the 10th anniversary of 3/11
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