Members of the Japan Self Defence force walk through the snow-covered ruins of Kamaishi
, Iwate Prefecture, days after the area was devastated by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake and tsunami March 16, 2011.
The 6.2-magnitude tremor struck 175 miles from Kamaishi
, in northern Japan, the American scientific agency said.
A whole school in Kamaishi
, Japan was saved from the 2011 tsunami thanks to the teachings of a 'maverick' professor who taught them to get to higher ground.
In the "New York Times," I read about Tsuyako Ito, a geisha from Kamaishi
who lived in emergency housing and was worried that her song, the Fisherman's Song, would be lost.
As a result, while the number of casualties was 1,000 in Kamaishi
and Kesennuma, only 5 out of 3,244 children and 12 out of 6,054 students, respectively, were victims of 3.11.
JS: In your playing time was Kamaishi
still one of your great rivals
The 6ft 6ins star was playing for Kamaishi
Seawaves in Japan in 2011 when the city was hit by a huge earthquake and tsunami.
Figure 1 illustrates a typical example of tsunami survey in Kamaishi
, Iwate Prefecture in which the survey team measured the inundated tsunami level at 14.1m T.P.
TOKYO, Apr 23, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - Houraikan Ltd., which runs "Horaikan", a local inn in Kamaishi
City in Iwate Prefecture, Northern Japan, welcomes guests to enjoy its new hotel wing, scheduled for opening on April 25.
Following widespread devastation caused to the industry by the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, QFF responded by granting the funds for the construction of a new facility in Kamaishi
City, allowing fishermen to use advanced freezing technologies in storing and transporting their valuable seafood products.