Ishinomaki: A tsunami-ravaged city, 10 years on w/ Alex Martin & Mari Saito
Alex Martin and Mari Saito bring us two stories from Tohoku, a decade after the Great East Japan Earthquake.
- 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
On this episode:
Alex K.T. Martin: Twitter | Articles
Mari Saito: Twitter | Articles
Oscar Boyd: Twitter | Articles | Instagram
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Photo: A man surveys the damage in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, a few days after the city was struck by a deadly tsunami in March 2011. | KYODO