Five years ago a magnitude 9. The powerful inundation of seawater tore apart coastal towns and villages, carrying ships inland as thousands of homes were flattened, then washed tons of debris and vehicles back out to sea. Damage to the reactors at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant then caused a third disaster, contaminating a wide area that still forces nearly , residents to live as evacuees. The March 11 earthquake and subsequent disasters cost tens of billions of dollars, and nearly 16, lives.
Japan Earthquake & Tsunami of 2011: Facts and Information
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We will then e-mail you as soon as the book becomes available. Alternatively, you could join our mailing list and reveice quarterly updates on all new books, projects under way, conferences where our books can be seen, and other Press news. The triple disaster that struck Japan in March began with the most powerful earthquake known to have hit Japan and led to tsunami up to 40 meters in height that devastated a wide area and caused thousands of deaths. But has this triple disaster also changed Japan? Has it led to a transformation of the country, a shift in how Japan functions? This book, with fresh perspectives on extraordinary events written by diplomats and policy experts at European embassies to Japan, explores subsequent shifts in Japanese politics and policy-making to see if profound changes have occurred or if instead these are limited.
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5 Years Since the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake
Eight years have passed since the Eastern Japan Earthquake. The Taiwan Red Cross has already completed its visit of reconstruction projects in Fukushima, Miyagi, and Iwate, areas hit hardest by the earthquake. As of this year, public housing projects have been completed in Iwate Prefecture. A total of households are expected to be completed by
To contribute to recovery in the disaster—stricken areas, Mizuho is mobilizing its group—wide resources, including the provision of volunteer workers from among its employees as well as materials, seedlings, and other items. Working in cooperation with partners including members of the Fuyo—Group Social Contribution Network, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, and the Tokyo Council of Social Welfare, Mizuho has sent employee volunteers to provide assistance in disaster—stricken areas. Through the Mizuho Forest Project, Mizuho is committed to regenerating the coastal disaster prevention forest in Fukushima Prefecture, which was heavily damaged by the tsunami.