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2011년 4월 24일 일요일

일본 재난을 돌아봄: 사진과 재해 동영상 : Japan Crisis in Retrospect - Video and Pictures

일본에 지진과 쭈나미로 인한 피해가 생긴지도 한 달이 훨씬 넘었다. 이제는 점차 우리의 관심과 뇌리에서 사라져 버리고 있다. 아직도 수 많은 이재민이 피난소에서 힘들고 어려운 생활을 하고 있고 방사능 확산으로 인하여 소개된 지역은 언제나 다시 주민들이 들어 갈찌를 알지 못하는 가운데 방치되고 있어 황량하고 피폐해가는 광경과 소식이 마음 아프게 한다.

천재지변이 일어나면 인간은 대피하는 수 밖에는 없지만 그래도 사전에 준비하고 대비하여 시스템 정비와 특히 원자력 발전소에 대한 조치 등은 완벽하게 검토되고 정비되어야 할 것이다. 당시의 끔찍한 상황과 수색 작업 그리고 가족을 찾아 헤매는 사람들의 모습 등을 담은 비데오가 있어 다시금 정리하였다.
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Following Video Footages are all in Japanese: 

Tsunami caught on camera from the point of view of a car

Streets of Kesennuma Flooded by Tsunami in 2 Minutes
A Resident in Kesennuma Takes the Moment of Tsunami Attack
Damaged Area in Kesennuma Right After Tsunami Hit 1/2
Damaged Area in Kesennuma After Tsunami Hit 2/2
Unbelievably Powerful Tsunami Ravages Everything - Kamaishi
Tsunami Rushes into The Street of Shiogama Harbor
Terror Arouse From the Experience of Tsunami


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Moments of Tsunami Hitting the Coastal Area of Miyako

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Aerial View of Natori City Flooded by Tsunami
Tsunami Invades Ofunato
Package of Photos not Publicized by Japanese Media
Aerial View of Devastated Area of Rikusentakada


Special Program on Tsunami Crisis 1/5
Special Program on Tsunami Crisis 2/5


Special Program on Tsunami Crisis 3/5


Special Program on Tsunami Crisis 4/5


Special Program on Tsunami Crisis 5/5


Live Air of Tsunami Attacking Many Cities


A Japanese Patrol Boat of Marine Safety Agency Encounters 30 feet Tsunami


Tsunami Flooding Streets of Kesennuma
Tsunami Engulfs Minamisanriku in Ten Minutes
Tsunami Rushes Into Village of Minamisanriku
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Most Powerful Tsunami Ever Seen
Tsunami Demolishes All in Kamaishi Waterfront Area
Run for Life! Tsunami is Overflowing Seawall in Isohara City
Horrible Moments of Tsunami Start Attacking Coastal Area of  Kuji City
A Reporter Has a Narrow Escape from Tsunami, in the Middle of Tsunami Hit Takajo City
Tsunami Flooded Coastal Area of Ioka Harbor

Drive Through the Tsunami Devastated Ishinomaki


Tsunami Flooded Far end of Rikuzentakada


Canvass the Tsunami Victims and Damaged Area for 3 Weeks.


Drive Through the Tsunami Devastated Area of Minamisanriku
Tour the Tsunami damaged Area in Iwanuma City 20 Days after Tsunami


Interview with People Searching Families: Chasing A boy found out his mother dead in her car.


A Makeshift Morgue for Tsunami Victims
Japanese Self Defendence Army's Recovery Activities
Pray For Japan
Pray For Japan: Messages From The World
Current Status of Cities of Tsunami Hit as of April 21
The Flipside of Tsunami Crisis: Contents not Reported in Japan
Miraculous Escape from Tsunami
Japanese Earthquake aftershocks: 
Since the initial 9.0-magnitude quake, Japan has been struck by hundreds of aftershocks.

A teacher introduces herself to student Saya Otsuki during the entrance ceremony at the Ishinomaki-kita high school
 in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture, on Thursday, April 21.
Lights back on in part of Shizugawa district in Minamisanriku, Miyagi Prefecture on April 16. The electricity supply was restored on April 15 for the first time since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
This handout picture taken by Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) on April 17 shows an American made crawler robot Pacbot working inside the third reactor building of TEPCO's Fukushima No.1 nuclear power plant.
Chikara Abe looks for his graduation diploma amongst recovered belongings in Natori city, Miyagi prefecture on April 18.
A shrine rests in a wood after the recent tsunami in Kesennuma city, Miyagi prefecture, on April 14. Japan's seismologists were so entrenched in outdated beliefs about seismic hazard that they became blinkered to the risk of the March 11 mega-quake, a commentary in a top science journal charged.
Tsunami destruction and debris covering the road in Ofunato city, Iwate prefecture, on March 14, 2011, three-days after the tsunami disaster (above) and after the road was cleaned of debris, on April 15 (lower). Japan's seismologists were so entrenched in outdated beliefs about seismic hazard that they became blinkered to the risk of the March 11 mega-quake, a commentary in a top science journal charged.
An anti-nuclear protester takes part in a rally in front of Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) headquarters in Tokyo on April 15.
A worker walks among newly produced Toyota cars ready to be driven to a cargo ship at Sendai port on April 16. About 300 Toyota cars, produced at a factory in Iwate prefecture, were shipped for the first time since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, according to the Miyagi Prefectural Government.
Chieko Sasaki, 67, prays for her husband Sueo, who was killed by the tsunami, with her daughters and granddaughters after the provisional burial at Kitakami town in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture on April 16. Sasaki's daughter's husband was also killed.
The waterline from the tsunami is seen on the wall at a barber's shop in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture on April 16.
Humiko Yoshida, 71, poses for a photo near her destroyed house in the port town of Kesennuma, Iwate prefecture on April 18.
Shizuko Abe, 67, helps her paralyzed 73-year-old husband Yoshio eat at an evacuation centre
 for hospital patients displaced by the earthquake and tsunami, in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture on April 19.
Nishitaga Elementary School children attend classes at temporary rooms in a school gym divided by corrugated paper boards on Tuesday, April 19. Part of their school in Sendai City was damaged by the March 11 earthquake.
Juichiro Niizuma, from left, Mitsuo Sakamoto and Kaneko Hashimoto get their hair trimmed by hair dressers Hiromi Horiuchi, left, Hisanao Kohama and Tsuyoshi Koike at an evacuation center in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan on Wednesday, April 21. The hair dressers started to volunteer at the shelter in the day.
Police officers man a checkpoint at Minami Soma, Fukushima prefecture, as residents come and go to collect belongings on April 21. Late Thursday the government declared a no-go zone for areas within 12 miles of the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant.
A gurney sits in front of the entrance to a hospital in the deserted town of Futaba, inside the 12-mile evacuation zone around the crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan on April 21.
Japanese policemen search for bodies in the area devastated by the earthquake and tsunami in Minamisoma,
 inside the 12-mile evacuation zone in Fukushima Prefecture, northeastern Japan on April 21.
A worker operates a hydraulic machine to clear debris in Miyako, Iwate prefecture, on April 21.
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 東日本大震災後に仙台市内で保護された「被災犬」の譲渡会が23日、市動物管理センター(宮城野区)で開かれた。92組の家族などから「うちで飼いたい」と応募があり、14匹が新しい飼い主を見つけた。センターによると、震災後、市内で102匹の犬が保護され、20日の時点で38匹の引き取り手が見つかっていなかった。このうち15匹が、応募した家族らとふれあった。センターが応募者の希望などを見て、14匹の引き取り先を決めた。
 津波の被害を受けた同市若林区荒浜で保護された茶色のオスの雑種犬は、同市青葉区の大学生庄子成美さん(19)の家族が引き取ることに。「名前は『荒浜』の『浜ちゃん』にします」(小林豪)=23日午後、仙台市宮城野区、中里友紀撮影

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宮城県亘理町で撤去される、津波で流された漁船。漁協によると、86隻のうち84隻が津波で陸地にあげられ、これまでに18隻を港の集積場に運んだが、一部は廃船になり、ほとんどは大規模な修理が必要。港内には、がれきが残り漁船を浮かべることもできず、6月に漁を再開することは難しいという=22日午前

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被災した大津漁港を訪れ、一礼する天皇、皇后両陛下=22日午後2時25分、茨城県北茨城市

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壊滅した高田幹部交番=岩手県陸前高田市

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中浜小学校卒業生のタイムカプセル。ふたはメッセージで埋められている=17日、宮城県山元町坂元の坂元中学校

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こいのぼりを見上げる高橋良さんと末永情哉君=16日午後3時48分、宮城県石巻市南浜町、長島一浩撮影

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自衛隊の炊き出しを調査する日本栄養士会のスタッフ(左)=気仙沼市総合体育館

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小学校の体育館に集められた、がれきの中から拾われた写真アルバムや卒業証書などの思い出の品々。自衛隊などが撤去作業の際、見つけたもので、ボランティアたちが汚れをふきとって「結婚式の写真」や「子どもの記念写真」など種類別に分けて並べた=15日、宮城県名取市

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宮城県名取市の朝市会場で10日、地元の大学生や高校生らがYOSAKOI踊りを披露した。被災した人が多く集まり、盛んな拍手を送った

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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

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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、

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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

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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

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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

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雨にぬれる大川小学校=9日午後、宮城県石巻市釜谷

The Calamity of Japan's 9.0-Magnitude Quake
Natori, Miyagi prefecture : Members of the Japan Self-Defense Force and firemen hold a moment of silence 
for the victims of the earthquake and the tsunami.
tsunami pictures: beach in Odaka, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, before tsunami
The Calm before the tsunami
tsunami pictures: beach in Odaka, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Wall of Water
tsunami pictures: beach in Odaka, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan
Beach Engulfed by tsunami

Japan Tsunami, Before & After: 

Zoomable Satellite Images


Yagawahama, Japan, in 2007 and After the 2011 Tsunami

Damage to roads and infrastructure have prevented rescue workers from accessing much of the hard-hit coastal prefecture of Migayi, where the town of Yagawahama is located, according to Voice of America.

Minamisanriku, Japan, in 2002 and After 2011 Tsunami

A 30-foot (9-meter) tsunami wave following the March 11 earthquake destroyed the village of Minamisanriku, where up to 10,000 people—60 percent of its population—are now missing, according to the Telegraph.

Soccer Field in Minamisanriku, Japan, in 2002 and After 2011 Tsunami

Survivors of the Minamisanriku tsunami reported seeing the whole town being pushed into a valley by rising waters, according to the Telegraph.

Sendai Airport, Japan, in 2003 and After the 2011 Tsunami

In a scene of "utter carnage" on March 11, houses-turned-flotsam smashed into buildings of the once bustling Sendai Airport, reducing it to rubble, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

Yuriage, Japan, in 2008 and After the 2011 Tsunami

Once a "pleasant fishing port," this town of 7,000 has been wiped off the map by the giant wave, according to BBC News.

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