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Iwaki and Hisanohama

Published August 11th, 2012

My second visit to Iwaki and Hisanohama. Still lingering memories of the tsunami. Don't forget them. But, stay strong and keep moving forward.

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Just look closer, and there are still signs of what was left.

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Even though the house was not there, someone came back to do gardening. The resilience of life, and pride.

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Places near the coast still look surreal.

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3.11 Memorial along the sea wall.

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