Five storied pagoda calmly towering into the sky. In the Nara park.
An ancient city
with the history in 1300, which is grieved about the unrecorded disaster, watching the victims. Nara
The saw-toothed east coastline and the sea with many small islands around were the places where my husband and I occasionally traveled. Many old and young lives were washed away by the tsunami. I have been thinking about victims and my friends in the earthquake-stricken areas for days. This disaster taught us that one person's help is small, but if we join hands, it can be a great power. Like many other prefectures,
also offered empty houses to the victims to stay for a while. As a Nara citizen, I am proud of this try. Nara
Toudaiji Temple in Nara. The entrance of Kaidandou.
The National High School Baseball Spring Championship,In my Japanese garden.
’s annual fortnight big baseball tournament, which was argued whether it should be held or not during this difficult time, has started. Those struggling young players encourage Japanese people to go forward to the restoration. Japan
The impact of radiation leak is becoming more serious. The shortage of electricity has severly damaged not only lives of people but also many operation in manufactures throughout Japan, and the situation has not been expected to improve yet.
However, a lot of people work hard all day and all night believing in
’s rebirth with a mobilized new dynamic. Japan
In my garden.
Aid groups from 134 countries are conducting relief activities in the disastrous areas. An American aid group named Operation Tomodachi, which means operation of friends, is actively helping the sufferers there. Many foods and water are carried by helicopters from “Ronald Regan” in harbor off the east coast, which we are really grateful.
Cherry blossom loved by Japanese people is going to bloom in April, which will brighten up people’s hearts. Though the tragedy is still going on, we believe that with people’s great courage and help for each other, a light to recover is going to be seen soon.
Language of this flower.
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