Voices From Russia, Too

Thursday, 16 June 2011

A Photo Essay. A Russian POV: Japan Three Months After the Tsunami… A Nation Recovers

Natori (Miyagi PrefectureTōhoku Region)

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Miyako (Iwate PrefectureTōhoku Region)

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Otsuchi (Iwate Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Natori (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Sendai (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Minamisanriku (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Soma (Fukushima PrefectureTōhoku Region)

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Kesennuma (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Ishinomaki (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Otsuchi (Iwate Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Otsuchi (Iwate Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Miyako (Iwate Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Miyako (Iwate Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Otsuchi (Iwate Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Kesennuma (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Otsuchi (Iwate Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Natori (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Monday, 16 May 2011

16 May 2011. A Photo Essay. A Russian Point of View: Life in Japan After the Tsunami

Rikuzentakata (Iwate PrefectureTōhoku Region)

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Higashi-Matsushima (Miyagi PrefectureTōhoku Region)

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Higashi-Matsushima (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Rikuzentakata (Iwate Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Faceless Fifty: “Heroes of Japan fight to end”

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Soma (Fukushima PrefectureTōhoku Region)

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Kesennuma (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Kesennuma (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Ayukawa Harbour. Ishinomaki (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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“Tsunami dog” Ban reunited with owner after surviving at sea

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Natori (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Hiyori Yama (Weather Hill). Natori  (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Iwaki (Fukushima Prefecture. Tōhoku Region) 

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Natori (Miyagi Prefecture. Tōhoku Region)

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Friday, 29 April 2011

29 April 2011. The Dead of the Tsunami are Remembered…

In Soma, Fukushima Prefecture (Tōhoku Region), students follow Buddhist custom in praying for the dead 49 days after their passing. The storm may be over, but the healing is NOT…

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