A photojournalist Munesuke Yamamoto went to tsunami and earthquake hit areas in Miyagi, Iwate, and Fukushima along with those places heavily affected by the nuclear disaster in early March.
His article with photos is here at his blog page:
A year after 3/11, has anything changed in the great tunami & Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster-hit area? (in Japanese)
google translated link is HERE
What Future Does Nuclear Power Have in Japan?
By Wieland Wagner
March 1st, 2012
UK Guardian’s Japan correspondent Justin McCurry reports from the city of Kamaishi in Iwate prefecture.
Wednesday 21 September 2011
Sisters Hiroko Niinuma and Miyoko Sasaki chose to stay on in their wrecked town of Kamaishi and cook for fellow evacuees
Also, the interactive version of the tsunami survivors’ stories is HERE
This is a video made by a filmmaker who went to Rikuzentakata being “wiped off the map” by tsunami in Iwate Prefecture with a volunteer group in April.
There is no English subtitles, so here’s some description.
In a scene that the volunteers go to a school that many evacuees are living, there are a lot of shoes on the schoolyard.
After the earthquake and tsunami, there was a severe shortage of shoes among evacuees in the city. So, they asked the internet community for help through Twitters and blogs, and then those shoes were sent from across the nation.