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In a video message on the eighth anniversary of the Tohoku earthquake disaster, Ambassador Bill Hagerty said: For millions across Japan and the world, March 11, 2011 remains a searing memory. It has only been 8 years since Japan was struck by the most powerful earthquake in its recorded history, taking thousands of lives. On Mar 01, 2012 U. S. Japan Relations Americans Remember 311. Mar 1, 2012 March 11, 2012 marks the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck the northeast region of Japan. Many commemorative events are being planned by American and Japanese organizations to reflect on what happened one year ago and honor the victims whojapan remembers 3/11 On the sixth anniversary of the Fukushima Tsunami in Japan, we revisit our onair tribute to 3. 11 from last years test transmission. The eight hour broadcast includes specially curated, heartfelt sets and messages from colleagues in Japan, including Toshio Matsuura, Shuya Okino, Sunaga T, DJ Mitsu the Beats and Fukushima resident DJ Marcy.
Mar 03, 2014 Photo Exhibition in Grand Central Remembers 3. 11 The Asahi Shimbun and Mitsubishi Corporation sponsored The Great East Japan Earthquake Press Photo Exhibition at Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Terminal, documenting the horrific earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear catastrophe in Northeastern Japan on March 11, 2011. japan remembers 3/11 Mar 11, 2019 Japan Disasters Digital Archive Remembers 3. 11 March 11, 2019. With these goals in mind, this year we have added valuable materials curated by three new archive partners, the Japan Atomic Energy Agency, the Japan Red Cross, and the city of Urayasu. Mar 11, 2016 Japan marks fifth anniversary of devastating 311 disasters by Reiji Yoshida. Staff Writer Mar 11, 2012 Japans 311. By Evan Osnos. March 11, 2012. The moment that Japan remembers as 311 was not one disaster but threean earthquake, a tsunami, and a Japan Remembers March 11 Disaster. March 11, 2019; For people throughout the disasterhit region in northeastern Japan, it's a day that's hard to forget. For many, life is still not back to normal. Amid occasional downpours, many people came out early in the morning to pay tribute to the victims.Rating: 4.92 / Views: 510