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.
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.
Some 12,000 residents were evacuated in Kamaishi, Iwate
After the tsunami warning was issued, the Kamaishi Coast Guard Office in Kamaishi, Iwate
Prefecture, issued an evacuation recommendation for fishery cooperatives and companies around Kamaishi and Ofunato ports but no damage to fishery and other facilities has been reported so far, the coast guard said.
Nippon Steel said it booked a one-off loss of 23.7 billion yen as it incurred expenses necessary to rebuild its production facilities and other assets damaged by the quake and tsunami, such as a steelworks in Kamaishi, Iwate
said it has restarted production of wire rods at its factory in Kamaishi, Iwate
Prefecture, where operations had been suspended due to damage from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
In Kamaishi, Iwate
prefecture, an eight-story tsunami evacuation building stood undamaged very close to the shoreline.
(1.) Marine Biotechnology Institute, Kamaishi Laboratories, Heita 3-75-1, Kamaishi, Iwate
026-0001, Japan; and (2.) Department of Chemistry, Biology, and Marine Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of the Ryukyus, Nishihara, Okinawa, 903-0213, Japan
The team said it will install scientific instruments in deep boreholes located about 150 kilometers off Kamaishi, Iwate
Prefecture, in a region known as the Japan Trench, to gather data to help establish predictive measures to prevent loss of life and damage to cities.
air base in Misawa, Aomori Prefecture, apologized Friday to the mayor of Kamaishi, Iwate
Prefecture, for Thursday's crash of a U.S.
Some municipalities, such as Kamaishi, Iwate
Prefecture, and Echizen, Fukui Prefecture, release such information after receiving it from the Fire and Disaster Management Agency's ''J-Alert'' system that transmits emergency information via satellite.
F-16 fighter crashed Thursday afternoon in a wooded area in Kamaishi, Iwate
Prefecture in northeastern Japan, the second crash of a U.S.