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Hello Friends, this is Dr.Adventure! Sit back and I’ll tell you the tale of my journey to the land of The Rising Sun. I began at the airport loaded with tools and superhero armor and not too much besides. The … Continue reading
Is It Safe to Eat Sushi? The Experts Weigh In | 7×7. Do we need to be concerned about radioactivity in Japanese-source sushi? The answer seems to be resoundingly no. Let’s keep our attention on the real tragedy here – … Continue reading
1,160 apply for 36 temporary housing units in Rikuzentakata ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion
1,160 apply for 36 temporary housing units in Rikuzentakata ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion. “The municipal government of the devastated coastal city plans to build more temporary housing units and complete the construction by the end of … Continue reading
Kiyama (Military Base Mountain) As the name suggests, there is actually a military base located in Kiyama (about an hour’s drive South of my home in Fukuoka). There is also an Asahi beer factory (in Japan the brewing of beer … Continue reading
Going to drive about an hour South to get the only generator I was able to find in Kyushu.
“Not a literal translation, but it gives a good representation of the mayor’s message. His own wife is one of the missing and his house was swept away. Thankfully his children survived. He became the mayor only 1 month before … Continue reading
Cities are continuing to evacuate residents as life in the disaster area becomes unbearable. “This is my limit for living without water or electricity,” said Koichiro Ouchi, 75, who is to move to Kurihara with his wife Fukuko. “I want … Continue reading