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2011년 4월 10일 일요일

장기화 되가는 일본의 재난 5주째: Strong Aftershock Rattles Japan and recovering endeavor

천재 지변 치고는 우리의 상상을 초월한 엄청난 참변을 보면서 인간의 나약함을 모두 느꼈다.  공들여 쌓아 놓은 것이 안전하고 오래 동안 그 과실을 즐길 수 있을 것이라고 여겨왔지만 실상은  재난의 위험에 항상 노출되어 있어 백척간두의 상태에 있다는 것을 깨닫게 되었다. 눈에 보이는 것을 위하여 온갖 공과 정성을 들이는 것이 실상은 공중누각과 같은 부질없는 헛된 것이다. 지진과 추나미에 새로운 재난으로 일본은 물론, 인근 한국 그리고 미국을 비롯한 전세계인이 우려하는 방사능 물질의 확산이 대기와 땅 그리고 바다로 확산되면서 일파 만파의 심각한 문제가 야기되고 있다.

일본은 눈에 보이는 피해만이 아니라 방사능의 위기로 인해 농산물, 수산물, 그리고 제조업과 특히 관광산업은 극심한 타격을 받을 것으로 보여 일본 경제는 재건이 아니라 쇠락과 몰락의 위기로 빠질 가능성마저 대두되고 있다. 세계 경제 제 3 대국이 전세계 경제에 미칠 영향도 무시할 수 없어 중동의 민주화로 인하여 고공 행진을 하는 유가까지 합하면 향후 각 나라의 경제 회복은 더뎌질뿐만 아니라 장기 침체로 허우적 거릴 가능성은 높아 가고 있다.

성경 말씀대로 썩어질 것을 위해서 심지 말고 영원한 것을 사모하며 그를 위해 노력을 경주할 때다. 두려운 마음으로 어려운 작금의 상황을 위해 기도할 때이다.
AfterShock Rocks Quiet-Stricken Japan: April 8
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The mayor of Yamamoto places flowers on the coffin of an unidentified earthquake victim during a mass funeral on April 8 in Yamamoto, Miyagi prefecture. The death toll continues to rise with numbers of dead and missing believed to exceed 25,000.

A cashier uses a calculator by candlelight on Friday, April 8 at a supermarket during a blackout that began after Thursday night's strong aftershock. The 7.1 aftershock hit northeastern Japan, killing three people and knocking out power to vast areas.

People line up for food and life supplies in front of a supermarket in Oshu, Iwate prefecture, April 8. A major aftershock rocked northeast Japan on Thursday and stores that had been newly restocked began rationing purchases again.

Japanese soldiers descend from a hill carrying recovered items during a search and retrieval of bodies in the coastal town of Otsuchi, Iwate prefecture, April 8.

Japanese police officers wearing white suits to protect them from radiation stand by a victim in a tarp as others carry another body in Minami Soma, Fukushima prefecture, April 8. Hundreds of Japanese police and soldiers have begun a major search operation inside the deserted evacuation zone around the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear reactors.

A cat sits on a sofa inside a damaged store in front of Japan Railway Odaka station in Minami Soma, Fukushima prefecture, April 8. Pets were left behind after their owners were evacuated from around the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear reactors.

Kunio Shiga listens to a battery-powered radio in the living room of his home in Minami Soma, Fukushima prefecture, inside the deserted evacuation zone around the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear complex on April 8. The 75-year-old man was stranded alone in his farmhouse ever since Japan's monstrous tsunami struck nearly a month ago.

Japan's Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko wave as they arrive at an evacuation center in Kazo, Saitama prefecture, on April 8. The imperial couple visited the shelter to encourage some 1,400 evacuees, mostly from Fukushima prefecture where the troubled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant is located.

Children sit inside a classroom on their first day of school at Shimizu elementary school in Fukushima, northern Japan April 6. Over 70 schools began their regular classes on Wednesday in the city of Fukushima, after the earthquake and tsunami that hit the country on March 11.
Image: Deserted street in town
An empty street runs through the deserted town of Minami Soma, Japan, which is inside the nuclear evacuation zone.

Tsunami survivor Miyoko Kimura, 84, touches the carved name of her late husband on the stone shrine of the family guardian deity that he dedicated as she visits her home town on April 6 for the first time since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Onagawa.

A combination photograph shows a concrete pit of the crippled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant No. 2 reactor on April 2 (top) with radioactive contaminated water leaking through a crack and on April 6 (bottom), after engineers stemmed the flow into the sea in Fukushima prefecture, northern Japan. Engineers have stopped highly radioactive water leaking into the sea from the crippled Japanese nuclear power plant, the facility's operator said on Wednesday, a breakthrough in the battle to contain the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl.

A Japanese soldier distributes clothing during relief operations in the tsunami-devastated coastal town of Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Japan on April 6.

Japan's Crown Prince Naruhito and Crown Princess Masako talk to evacuees from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami at a gymnasium, currently serving as an evacuation center, inside Ajinomoto stadium in Chofu, western Tokyo on April 6. The royal couple visited the evacuation centre to show solidarity with evacuees almost a month after the devastating earthquake and tsunami ravaged the east coast of Japan claiming the lives of over 10,000 people.

Construction company employees inspect the manholes pushed out of the ground by liquefaction in the March 11 earthquake in Urayasu, Chiba Prefecture, near Tokyo, Wednesday, April 6.
Photo: Damaged Japanese port
A damaged port is seen Saturday in Ishinomaki, Japan. Since the March 11 disaster, manufacturers have had trouble receiving parts because of production problems for Japanese suppliers.  April 6, 2011
Tagajo, Miyagi prefecture, Japan
Sisters play with a hamster at a shelter in Tagajo, in Miyagi prefecture, where about 550 have been living since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.

Women sort fish at the Hirakata Fish Market in Kitaibaraki, Ibaraki Prefecture on April 5 for the first time since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami disaster. The health ministry said that iodine-131 at a level of 4,080 becquerels per kilogram had been detected in a small fish called konago, or sand lance, caught off Ibaraki prefecture, south of the plant.

Residents who lost their homes in the massive March 11 earthquake and tsunami line up to fill out insurance forms in the town of Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture, on April 5. The tsunami-hit Japanese port town where more than half the population are now homeless started a mass evacuation of some 1,100 people to shelters elsewhere.


Geiger Counters Commonplace in Japan's New Normal
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Trouble Not Over For Nuke Plant Workers
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Radiation Fears Seep Into Japanese Futures
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Heavy machinery works on top of rubble piled up at a collection point in the tsunami-devastated coastal town of Onagawa, Miyagi prefecture, northeastern Japan, on April 5.
A Super Mario soft toy is seen among the ruins ...

A "Super Mario" soft toy is seen among the ruins of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Yamada, Iwate prefecture, April 5, 2011. 
Tsunami victims wait for food at an evacuation ...
Tsunami victims wait for food at an evacuation shelter in Yamada, Iwate prefecture,


An aerial view shows roads of Rikuzentakata city, Iwate prefecture, northeastern Japan, after the debris was cleaned away, following the March 11 
Police officers look for victims in Ishinomaki, ...
Police officers look for victims in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan, Tuesday, April 5, 
Heavy traffic pass the destroyed road by the ...
Heavy traffic pass the destroyed road by the March 11 tsunami waters in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan Tuesday, April 5, 2011.
Family members look for their survived belongings ...
Family members look for their survived belongings at their destroyed house in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan, Tuesday, April 5, 
Family members at their destroyed house look ...
Family members at their destroyed house look at the hill where they evacuated from tsunami in Ishinomaki,

Children play soccer in the tsunami-devastated coastal town of Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Japan on April 5.

Miyoko Tazaki, 79, searches with her children for their missing relatives in the tsunami-devastated coastal town of Otsuchi, Iwate Prefecture, northeastern Japan on April 5.. The devastating earthquake and ensuing tsunami have left over 11,800 people dead and 15,540 others unaccounted for in Japan, the National Police Agency.

Scuba divers search for the bodies of missing people in water of Yoriiso fishing port in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture on April 5.

Dogs wonder around a town of Minami Soma, inside the evacuation zone on April 7.

A japanese man surveys two dead horses, within the exclusion zone around the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant on April 7 in Minami Soma.

A man cycles through the tsunami-devastated city of Ishinomaki, on April 7.

Cats rescued from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami look out from their cages at Abe Pet Clinic in Ishinomaki, on April 7. The pet clinic became the main headquarters for treating and sheltering animals in Ishinomaki since the disaster struck the country last month.

Students carry chairs on April 7 from the Hirota Elementary School which was damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture

Japan's Self-Defense Force members collect coins found in an area devastated by the earthquake and tsunami in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, April 7.

Workers climb poles to fix power lines in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture, April 6.

Buddhist monk Sokan Obara, 28, from Morioka, Iwate prefecture, prays for the victims in an area devastated by the earthquake and tsunami, in Ofunato, Iwate prefecture, April 7.

A boy who survived the tsunami plays in a toy car in front of a real car still balancing on its front end in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture, on April 6. With the toll topping 10,000 confirmed dead the March 11 quake has become Japan's deadliest natural disaster since the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake, which killed more than 142,000 people. Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced from their homes and have taken shelter in emergency facilities.

Members of a Mexican relief team gather as they launch their search operation in the tsunami-ravaged city of Natori in Miyagi Prefecture on Wednesday, April 6.

A girl walks with her mother after her first day of school at the Shimizu elementary school in Fukushima, northern Japan on April 6.
A woman seeking work looks at a monitor screen ...
A woman seeking work looks at a monitor screen at a job information center in Miyako,  April 5, 2011,
Members of Japan Self-Defense Force search for ...
Members of Japan Self-Defense Force search for the victims near a port devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture,
Firefighters are in search for the victims in ...
Firefighters are in search for the victims in the sea, following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture,
A survivor boils water with the debris,  in front ...
A survivor boils water with the debris, in front of his partly damaged house following the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Minamisanriku, Miyagi prefecture,
Survivors search for belongings at a elementary ...
Survivors search for belongings at a elementary school in an area devastated by the March 11 tsunami, in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan
Members of Japanese rescue team walk  toward ...
Members of Japanese rescue team walk toward to site to search victims in an area devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Ishinomaki, Miyagi

Japanese Sota Saseki, 15, center, along with ...
Japanese Sota Saseki, 15, center, along with relatives, looks at his father's damaged car which was just found at a devastated area in Ishinomaki, Miyagi
Yota Goto, 25, throws flowers into a river where ...
Yota Goto, 25, throws flowers into a river where his relative's body was found, at a devastated area in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan,
Japanese rescue team members on a boat search ...
Japanese rescue team members on a boat search victims at a devastated area in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan, Tuesday, April 5, 2011,
Japanese Self-Defense Forces search victims at ...
Japanese Self-Defense Forces search victims at a devastated area in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan, Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 
Japanese rescue team members search victims at ...
Japanese rescue team members search victims at a devastated area in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northeastern Japan, Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 
Members of Japanese rescue team set a boat afloat ...
Members of Japanese rescue team set a boat afloat to search victims in the water at a devastated area in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture
Japanese rescue team divers from Sapporo, search ...
Japanese rescue team divers from Sapporo, search victims in the water at a devastated area in Ishinomaki,
Survivors walk past near the damaged wall of ...
Survivors walk past near the damaged wall of Okawa elementary school at a devastated area in Ishinomaki
Survivors pray for their relative at an area ...
Survivors pray for their relative at an area devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture
Survivors walk past some destroyed cars in an ...
Survivors walk past some destroyed cars in an area devastated by a tsunami in Ishinomaki
A member of Japanese rescue team search for victims ...
A member of Japanese rescue team search for victims in an area devastated by the March 11 tsunami, in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, northern Japan Tuesday
Members of Japanese rescue team search for victims ...
Members of Japanese rescue team search for victims in an area devastated by the March 11 tsunami, in Ishinomaki,
Survivors watch rescue team search for victims ...
Survivors watch rescue team search for victims in an area devastated by the March 11 tsunami, in Ishinomaki,
Women look for their cars damaged by the March ...
Women look for their cars that were damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, at a dump site in Miyako, Iwate prefecture, April 5, 2011.


Fukushima Nuclear Plant Continues to Leak Radioactive Water into Ocean
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Japanese police, wearing suits to protect them from radiation, search for victims in Minami Soma, within the deserted evacuation zone around the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear reactors on Thursday, April 7, in Fukushima prefecture. Hundreds of Japanese police and soldiers were mobilized Thursday to begin the first major search operation inside the evacuation zone.

Footprints are left in the dried mud of a street of Minami Soma, inside the evacuation zone around the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear reactors, April 7.



Member of the Japan Self Defense Force searches ...
A member of the Japan Self Defense Force searches for victims along a coastline that was damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami
Members of the Japan Self Defense Force search ...
Members of the Japan Self Defense Force search for victims along a coastline that was damaged by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, in Miyako, 
To match Special Report  JAPAN-QUAKE/POWER
Ryutaro Maekawa (R), owner of KiriKiri Zembei restaurant which was affected by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, prepares noodles in the kitchen
Japan uses colour dye to trace nuclear leak
Debris and wrecked cars sit in a former rice paddy flooded by the tsunami in Higashimatsushima, Miyagi prefecture on April 3
Japan uses colour dye to trace nuclear leak
A mother and son, looking for husband and father, visit their former home in tsunami-hit Iwate prefecture on April 2. The Bank of Japan said in its Tankansurvey that Japanese business confidence is set to plunge in the months ahead.
Japan uses colour dye to trace nuclear leak
A tsunami survivor moves across debris looking to salavage belongings from the remains of her disaster-wrecked home in Higashimatsushima, Miyagi prefecture
Members of the Indian relief team carry a tsunami ...
Members of the Indian relief team carry a tsunami victim's body recovered in a bamboo thicket in Onagawa in Miyagi Prefecture, Monday, April 4, 2011.
Members of the Indian relief team offer prayers ...
Members of the Indian relief team offer prayers as they line up in front of a tsunami victim's body recovered in a bamboo thicket in Onagawa
A farmer in Fukushima in Fukushima Prefecture, ...
A farmer in Fukushima in Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan, looks at spinach grown in a field Monday, April 4, 2011 after the vegetable's shipment was banned, apparently affected by the tsunami-ravaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station that keeps leaking radioactive water into the ocean. Fukushima city lies outside the controlled zone around the nuclear power plant, where officials have told residents in the area to stay indoors.
A farmer in Date in Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern ...
A farmer in Date in Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan, holds bundles of Potherb Mustard Monday, April 4, 2011 after pulling them out due to shipment control, apparently affected by the tsunami-ravaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power station that keeps leaking radioactive water into the ocean. Date city lies outside the controlled zone around the nuclear power plant, where officials have told residents in the area to stay indoors. She said she also worries whether she can ship cucumbers she plans to ship in May.
A man has a meal on the ground where his house ...
A man has a meal on the ground where his house used to be, after removing the rubble at an area devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in Rikuzentakata
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津波で壊滅的被害を受けた岩手県陸前高田市では、東日本大震災から1カ月近くになる9日も警察や消防などによる懸命の捜索が続いている。家屋のがれきや打ち上げられた船の下などを捜すが、同市ではいまだ千人以上が行方不明のままだ=9日午後2時45分、岩手県陸前高田市小友町写真

被災した祖母の実家を訪れ、曽祖父母の遺影を見つけた石垣達也くん(11)。「避難所の親戚に渡したい」=9日午後0時44分、宮城県東松島

写真道路上のがれきの撤去が進んだ岩手県陸前高田市の中心部=8日、本社ヘリから、安冨良弘撮影
写真津波による火災でほぼ全焼した宮城県石巻市立門脇小学校=3月28日、吉本美奈子撮影
写真避難先のホテルから傘を借り、全壊した岩手県釜石市の実家を訪れた(右から)井上千佳子さんと息子の洋介さん、父親の前川義博さん。井上さん親子は大槌町に住んでいたが、夫は行方不明のままだ。後方は崩れたJR山田線=9日午後
写真壊れた墓に果物を供える女性。一緒に住んでいた義弟は行方不明のままだ。「捜さなければいけない。区切りがつかない」=9日午後、仙台市若林区荒浜
写真「だいぶたまった」。久しぶりの雨を生活用水の足しにするため、ペットボトルやバケツで集める尾形海君(9)。津波で自宅の1階は水につかり、2階で家族と暮らす。水道は止まったままだ=9日午前、宮城県東松島市写真校舎が焼けた大槌小学校=8日、岩手県大槌町


Otsu harbor in Kitaibaraki in Ibaraki Prefecture faced damages by tsunami. It becomes almost impossible to operate the fishing boats which were swept ashore or sunken into sea by tsunami.  津波被害にあった茨城県北茨城市の大津漁港では、津波で打ち上げられたり、沈没したりした漁船が手つかずの状態になっていた=5日
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Otsu lighthouse at Kitaibaraki stands with big cracks.大きな亀裂が残る茨城県北茨城市の大津岬灯台=5日写真
"Science Museum of Whale and Sea" erects protrusively among debris.がれきの中に「鯨と海の科学館」がぽつんと残った=岩手県山田町写真A humpback whale and a mink whale specimen in "Science Museum of Whale and Ocean"  マッコウクジラの骨の標本(左)とミンククジラの標本=岩手県山田町の「鯨と海の科学館」写真
A temporary dump site of wreckages and rubble occupies the parking lot of Oaraimachi beach in Ibaraki Prefecture, where is covered with massive piled up debris. 茨城県大洗町の海水浴場の駐車場は臨時のゴミ集積所になり、膨大ながれきに覆い尽くされていた。海水浴シーズンに向け、6月末までには片づける予定だという=6日
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A square for a makeshift mass graveyard begins its first burial service in Kamikama, Miyagi Prefecture     仮埋葬が始まった上釜ふれあい広場=7日午前、宮城県石巻市
写真The consulting and examining room in medical office of Okirai in Ofunato city is set up inside a former sewing factory which is used as a refuge center. Due to the blackout, the room is lighted by a halogen lamp operated by a motor. 避難所となっている旧縫製工場内の越喜来医療診療所診察室。停電のため、発電機でハロゲンランプをともしている=3日午後1時6分、岩手県大船渡市三陸町越喜来
写真A time capsule of the Okawa elementary school is displayed along with the collected books and personal belongings of the students in Ishnomaki. 学用品と一緒に並べられた大川小学校のタイムカプセル=3月29日、宮城県石巻市釜谷(一部画像を修整しています)
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Captain Yamaguchi looks down the roads full with rubble from his ship, Daiichi Marukan which was swept ashore by tsunami. 陸に上がった「第1和丸」からがれきの街を見下ろす船長の山口和三さん=6日午前、岩手県大船渡市
写真高校の制服を採寸する新1年生の佐藤優衣さん。試着している制服は津波で泥だらけになったが、店員が洗濯して採寸に間に合わせた=6日午後2時40分、宮城県石巻市
写真復旧作業が続く仙台空港。「国内線到着」の看板の上まで浸水した=6日午後3時44分
写真岩手県中小企業家同友会気仙沼支部の新入社員合同入社式の後、記念撮影をする八木沢商店の新入社員、細谷理沙さん(前列中央)、村上愛季さん(同右)と河野通洋社長(同左)=6日午後、岩手県陸前高田市
写真八木沢商店の店舗と製造工場は跡形もなくなり、しょうゆの原料処理工場が残っていた=岩手県陸前高田市気仙町
写真JR大船渡線の陸前高田駅周辺は、想定以上の津波に街並みが押し流された=岩手県陸前高田市
写真津波で壊滅的な被害を受け、海水でぬかるんだままの被災地で捜索とがれきの撤去に当たる消防隊員ら=4日午後、宮城県亘理町
写真大島での活動を終え、多くの島民に見送られる米海兵隊員=6日午後3時47分、宮城県気仙沼市
写真テレビに、がれきから拾ったアンテナをつないだ。発電機を回すとニュース番組が。「あの日からテレビを見たのは初めて」と声が上がった=5日午後2時49分、岩手県陸前高田市
写真避難所になっている大船渡中学校の体育館に設置されたテント=6日午前、岩手県大船渡市
写真間仕切りでプライベート空間が設けられた避難所=5日午後、岩手県大槌町の県立大槌高校
写真避難生活を送る教室(後方左)から登校する宮古小の子どもたち=5日午前、岩手県宮古市
写真来訪者が足を止め被災写真に見入っていた=千葉県・香取市役所1階
写真宮城県南三陸町志津川の避難所で、炊き出しで配られたホカホカのおにぎりに大喜びの熊谷京くん(4)。地震以来、お昼はパンで済ますことが多かった。「最近は言わなくなったけど、被災直後は『温めて』が口癖だった」と、母の朝美さん(33)が目を細めた
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宮城県気仙沼市の市立条南中学校に通う高橋健也くん(中央)ら同級生3人は、それぞれの親類が住んでいた場所で写真や家財道具などを探しまわっていた。「何かを見つけて、避難所生活をおくる祖父を喜ばせてやりたい」=宮城県気仙沼市
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4小学校合同の「入学を祝う会」に出席した緑川俊平君(中央)と母親の育子さん。育子さんは「入学式が出来るかどうか不安でしたが、無事に入学できてうれしい」と涙を流した=6日午前10時14分、福島県いわき市平
写真震災で地区の住民が離散した石巻市雄勝町の大浜地区。まだ大浜に残っている住民の一人、千葉勝昭さん(62)も、今月中には離れるつもりだ=宮城県石巻市雄勝町大浜
写真津波で大きな被害を受けた住宅街に、がれきごと建物の撤去を意味する赤旗が、たくさん立てられていた=4日午後、 宮城県亘理町
写真がれきを「自宅ごと撤去」の意思を示す赤旗を立てる内海祐司さん(54)。修繕する方が大変だろうと、家族で相談して決めた。「残念ですが、もうお手上げです」=4日、宮城県亘理町
写真出して押し流された自宅(右奥)があった場所に立てた。「写真は全部流されたから、見つかった大漁旗を見て思い出すしかないのさ」と話した=2日、宮城県南三陸町歌津
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津波で大きな被害を受けた宮城県石巻市の雄勝小学校で5日、教員たちが初めて校舎内に入った。21日に別の学校で始まる新学期のため、教員たちは児童の教科書やノートなど持ち主のわかる品々を集めた。4年生の担任、徳水博志さんは児童が描いた絵や学級通信などを手に「町と学校がいっぺんに無くなった。子どもたちにとってこんなにつらいことはない」と声を詰まらせた。同校では児童1人がいまだ行方不明のままだ写真

震災の犠牲者に黙祷を捧げる防衛大学校の入校生たち=5日午前10時すぎ、横須賀市走水1丁目の防衛大学校写真

公民館で津波による遺失物の縦覧が始まった。本人の持ち物と確認できた場合は持ち帰れる。がれきから見つかった品がテーブルに並んだ=宮城県多賀城市の大代地区公民館写真

海水を吸って重くなった畳を家から運び出す地元の高校生、阿波根聖人さん(右)。中学時代の友人と一緒に、津波の被害にあった家々の掃除をしている。クラスメートを津波で亡くした阿波根さんは「誰かの手伝いをしたくてボランティアを続けています」=4日、宮城県東松島市、竹花徹朗撮影写真

町長からの要請を受けて、がれきの中から思い出の品を探して歩くボランティアグループ「思い出探し隊」のメンバー。持ち主にとって大事だと思われるものを拾って洗浄し、所有者が現れるのを待つ=4日、宮城県南三陸町戸倉、越田省吾撮影写真

避難所の子どもから手作りの竹とんぼを手渡される小野俊介さん(左)。仙台市内で子ども向けのスポーツインストラクターをしているが、「避難所生活で子どもたちはストレスを抱えているだろう」と同僚と2人で遊具を持参して各地の避難所を回っている。避難所にはサッカーボール、野球、フリスビーなどで遊ぶ子どもたちの笑い声が響いていた=1日、宮城県名取市、竹花徹朗撮影写真

宮城県気仙沼市松崎上金取のドッグトレーナー「PAD&TAIL」には、震災で避難所に連れて行けない犬28頭が預けられている。代表の斎藤由美さんによると、昨年3月に同市の「防災対策協力企業」に登録、地震直後から5頭の犬を預かったのが始まり。中には、避難所に置いたままにして飼い主が分からなくなった犬もいる。抱き上げると斎藤さんの顔を何度もなめる犬も。「ストレスにならないように何度でもなめさせてあげます」と話した=4日、上田幸一撮影写真

津波で壊滅状態となった宮城県名取市の閖上(ゆりあげ)地区を見下ろす高台写真

児童の多くが犠牲になった宮城県石巻市の大川小学校。「雨ニモマケズ」と「銀河鉄道の夜」の絵が描かれた壁画が残っていた=3月29日写真

ひっくり返ったタンクローリーを調べる消防署員ら=山形市長谷堂写真

気仙沼市本吉町沖で海上保安庁の巡視船に救助され、塩釜港に運ばれた犬。飼い主と無事再会し、引き取られた=2日午後5時4分、宮城県塩釜市写真

地震に伴う崖崩れで斜面に滑り落ちた住宅=4日午後、仙台市青葉区西花苑1丁目写真

今月上旬に入居予定の仮設住宅=3日、岩手県陸前高田市の市立第一中学校写真

津波から逃げた時の様子を話す伊東順一さん=2日、宮城県気仙沼市写真

福島県浪江町内に戻った男性が福島第一原発から約10キロの県道で見かけた牛の群れ。20頭ほどいたという=3月28日、提供写真写真

米空母ロナルド・レーガンを訪問し、隊員の家族から贈られた寄せ書きを受け取る北沢俊美防衛相=4日午後0時39分、三陸沖、代表撮影写真

約千人分のパンを仕分けする中学生たち=3月28日、宮城県石巻市の鹿妻小学校写真

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津波で半壊した祖父母宅が間もなく重機で壊されることになり、最後の探し物に来た小山美海ちゃん(4)。母の蘭さん(27)に「ここを目に焼き付けておきなよ」と言われると、「ゴミだらけになっても、ここはいいところ」とつぶやいた=9日午前、宮城県南三陸町志津川

写真雨にぬれる大川小学校=9日午後、宮城県石巻市釜谷

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