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Ten years later: Tohoku Today and in  the Future
Iwate Prefecture, Miyako City: Traveling through the fall foliage
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Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Contest 2019
Miyagi Prefecture, Ogawara Town: Eternal cherry trees
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Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Contest 2019
Miyagi Prefecture, Minami Sanriku Town: Lights return to the ria coast
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Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Contest 2019
Fukushima Prefecture, Iwaki City: A joyful cheer after seven years
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Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Exhibition 2017
Fukushima Prefecture, Iwaki City: Dad's promise of a good catch
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Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Contest 2019
Fukushima Prefecture, Minami Soma City: Thank you again this year
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Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Exhibition 2017
Ten years later: Tohoku Today and in the Future
Iwate Prefecture, Miyako City: Traveling through the fall foliage
Source:
Source: Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Contest 2019
Miyagi Prefecture, Ogawara Town: Eternal cherry trees
Source:
Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Contest 2019
Miyagi Prefecture, Minami Sanriku Town: Lights return to the ria coast
Source:
Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Contest 2019
Fukushima Prefecture, Iwaki City: A joyful cheer after seven years
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Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Exhibition 2017
Fukushima Prefecture, Iwaki City: Dad's promise of a good catch
Source:
Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Contest 2019
Fukushima Prefecture, Minami Soma City: Thank you again this year
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Urban Renaissance Agency, Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction in Progress Photo and Sketch Exhibition 2017

Message from the Minister for Reconstruction

Message for Visitors to commemorating ten years since the Great East Japan Earthquake

01Online Symposium

In commemorating ten years since the disaster, we present interviews with the prefectural governors of Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima, and reports from the people who have been working on the reconstruction of the areas affected by the disaster. We will spread this content in Japan and overseas, to express our gratitude for their support, and to publicize the reality of the recovering affected areas, their appeal, and the outlook for their future.
In addition, a range of other content will be prepared, including a forum where supporters carrying on their aid work around the country can send messages to the disaster areas.
We will also present knowledge and information learned from the great earthquake, in readiness for future large-scale disasters. Experts in fields such as disasters and their prevention, and reconstruction support, will present this information as clearly as possible.
We hope everyone watching this symposium will take this opportunity to have another look at the attractions of the Tohoku region, and then come to visit. We also want to inspire people to get ready for great disasters, rather than thinking of them as things that happen to other people.

Tohoku TOday and in the Future

Interviews with the Three Prefectural Governors of Iwate, Miyagi, and Fukushima

Governor Tatsumasu of Iwate Prefecture, Governor Murai of Miyagi Prefecture, and Governor Uchibori of Fukushima Prefecture speak passionately about the progress of the region's reconstruction, its appeal, and its prospects.

Reports of Reconstruction from People of the Affected Areas

People who have been working on grassroots reconstruction activities, such as community development, industry and livelihoods, and oral history recitation, spoke frankly about the state of the region, its prospects, and its appeal.

Reconstruction Discusson - The Future of Fukushima

This was a round-table discussion among people who had entered and worked in the area affected by the nuclear disaster around the time when the evacuation order was lifted.

Deputy Ministers Kameoka and Yokoyama Tell of the Reconstruction of Fukushima

Deputy Minister Kameoka, who was developing support activities in affected areas of Fukushima from the time of the disaster, recounts the situation at that time, and the lessons learned. Deputy Minister Yokoyama recounts the current status of reconstruction in Fukushima, the issues faced, and the outlook for the future.

Celebrity Messages

Celebrities involved in reconstruction send messages of support to affected areas.

Message from former Ambassador Kennedy

We have received a message from former Ambassador Ms. Kennedy, Who attended the symposium held commemorating 5th years since the Great East Japan Earthquake.

The Circle of Friendship Making Connections - Messages of Support from People Nationwide

Now, ten years after the disaster, we are still receiving messages of support from people throughout Japan who continue to send assistance.

02Present Tohoku

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中川竜也

Thank you to all entrants for submitting so many photos to the Ten-Year Commemoration of the Great East Japan Earthquake Photo Contest. We are now announcing the award winners selected from among those superb works.

Ten-Year Commemoration of the Great East Japan Earthquake Photo Contest

With Your Solidarity on That Day, This is How We Are Today - On March 11, 2011, many lives were lost and towns devastated by the Great East Japan Earthquake. Reconstruction is progressing in affected areas to restore people's daily lives. Watch on to see how the region is doing today.

Moving Forward

Learn about the status of reconstruction and related major policies, through data and examples.

Status of Reconstruction from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Reconstruction Efforts

Common questions have been compiled in a Q&A format with a view to giving reassurance concerning current conditions in Fukushima, food safety in Japan, Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station and so on.

FUKUSHIMA
UPDATES

Trevor Williams, a photographer from Canada, visits Iwate Prefecture to find out how the post-quake reconstruction is progressing.Produced by Reconstruction Agency / March 2021

Imagining Tomorrow:
IWATE

Rob Walbers, a photographer from Belgium, visits Miyagi Prefecture to find out how the post-quake reconstruction is progressing.Produced by Reconstruction Agency / March 2021

Imagining Tomorrow:
MIYAGI

Nathalie Cantacuzino, a photographer from Sweden, visits Fukushima Prefecture to find out how the post-quake reconstruction is progressing. Produced by Reconstruction Agency / March 2021

Imagining Tomorrow:
FUKUSHIMA

The state of reconstruction, presented in objective numbers.

Reconstruction in Data

The people from other countries who helped during the Great East Japan Earthquake (such as Scott Fardy of the Kamaishi Rugby Team), and the people of the affected areas who received support, look back and talk about their memories of those days and subsequent exchanges, and present Tohoku as it is now, advancing through reconstruction.

Ten years of reconstruction from the Great East Japan Earthquake

03Tohoku's Appeal

05Message

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