Monday, September 19, 2011

[kl-bogel] Japan - six months later

September 11 world marked the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks in the United States, and besides, this day has a certain tragic significance for Japan. It has been exactly six months after the earthquake and tsunami . The eleventh of March - a date that forever imprinted in the national consciousness of the country. At 2:46 on that day, an earthquake of magnitude 9.0 caused a tsunami, the waves reached 10 meters in height (33 feet). Because of the disaster suffered a significant part of the north-east of Japan, as well as the accident occurred at the nuclear power plant , "Fukushima" , which began the worst nuclear crisis in decades. Currently, the number of dead and missing is estimated at 22,900 people. We offer photography in Japan six months after the tragedy.

(34 photos)


1. Six-year Wakana Kumagay prays in Higashi-Mitsushima, Miyagi Prefecture, September 11, 2011, at the place where he found a car of her father, who died in the tsunami.

2. Photos of Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, before and after disaster: March 11, 2011 and September 1, 2011.

3. Kessenuma: March 31, 2011 and September 10.

4. Thrown into the living quarters of the ship March 17, 2011 and August 12, 2011.

5. Rikuzentakata, March 13, 2011 and September 9, 2011.

6. A copy of the Statue of Liberty in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, April 4, 2011 and September 10, 2011.

7. Rikuzentakata, northern Japan, March 13, 2011 and September 9, 2011.

8. Rikuzentakata April 2, 2011 and August 14, 2011.

9. Street in Kessenuma March 17, 2011 and August 12, 2011.

10. Onagava, Miyagi Prefecture, 16 March 2011 and September 1, 2011.

11. Higashi-Matsushima, Miyagi Prefecture, 14 March 2011 and September 1, 2011.

12. General view of Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture, 24 March 2011 and September 10, 2011.

13. Destroyed shop in Otsushi March 15, 2011) and 13 August 2011.

14. Residents of the city with torches gathered to pray for tsunami victims on March 11 in the city of Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, 10 September 2011.

15. People attend a memorial service to commemorate victims of the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 in the city Minamisanriku, Miyagi September 11, 2011.

16. Volunteer lights a candle in a damaged copy of the Statue of Liberty as a tribute to the victims of the terrorist attacks of September 11 and March 11 earthquake in Ishinomaki, in north-eastern Japan, 11 September 2011.

17. September 10, 2011, Kessenuma Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.

18. Katsu doused holds a photograph of his restaurant, as it was before the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, 11 September 2011.

19. Vehicles affected by the earthquake and tsunami of March 11, collected Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, on September 7, 2011.

20. An employee walks past a beached cargo ship at the port of Kamaishi, 24 August 2011.

21. Destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami in the building March 11 Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, on September 7, 2011.

22. Divers from the Japan Coast Guard continued to search for the remains of victims at sea in an area that was destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 in Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture, September 9, 2011.

23. Crow flies over the pile of garbage in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, 11 September 2011.

24. Aerial view of damaged due to earthquake and tsunami of March 11 at home in the city Onagava, Miyagi Prefecture, on September 7, 2011.

25. Students in protective masks in a primary school outside dvadtsatikilometrovoy (12 miles) exclusion zone around the nuclear power plant in Fukushima Minami Soma, Fukushima Prefecture, September 8, 2011.

26. In this photo taken on Friday, August 19, 2011, Naoto Matsumura convene cows in Tomioka, Fukushima, north-eastern Japan. Later, Matsumura, who regularly travels to the city to feed stray animals, said that he had forgotten to bring food for them. Nearly six months after the catastrophic earthquake and tsunamis in Japan, 53-year-old resident of Matsumura is the only city Tomioka, sandwiched between the nuclear power plant, "Fukushima" in the north and one nuclear power station in the south.

27. A child on a tricycle next to a shelter for survivors of the tsunami in Rikuzentakate, in north-eastern Japan, September 6, 2011.

28. Aerial view of the city Onagava, which was destroyed by the earthquake and tsunami on 11 March in the prefecture of Miyagi, September 7, 2011

29. A man on a bicycle rides along the main street Rikuzentakaty affected by the tsunami, Iwate Prefecture, September 9, 2011.

30. Kanako Abe, living in Tokyo, praying for the victims of the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 in the devastated areas in northern Japan Otsuchiko August 13, 2011, during the annual Buddhist ceremony, Obon, which honors the spirits of the dead. Abe returned to his hometown for the ceremony. In Otsuchiko more than 1,400 people are dead or missing.

31. Truck drives on the destroyed area in Kessenume September 10, 2011, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan.

32. Buddhist monk paid tribute to victims of the earthquake and tsunami in the March 11, 2011 Minamisanriku, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan, on September 11, 2011.

33. Thousands of cars destroyed in the earthquake and tsunami on March 11 Rikuzentakata, Japan, August 14, 2011.

34. Six-year Wakana Kumagay front of the portrait and the urn containing the ashes of her father, Kazuyuki, who was killed March 11 in Higashi-Mitsushima, Miyagi Prefecture. Kazuyuki phoned his wife, Yoshiko after zemletryaseniya11 March to tell her that she should take children to primary school Omagari, which served as a refuge. His body was found four days after a tsunami near the school, said Yoshiko.

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