I was born in Iwaki, Fukushima, and my lovely ground mother lives there still.
March 11, 2011
Minor tsunami hit Tohoku’s coastline early Saturday, including a city that crippled Fukushima nuclear plant, after a strong 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck off the Pacific coast.
I was greatly shocked because so many places of memories were gone and so on… After that, I’ve met a lot of people from different countries at the Volunteer Center in Iwaki. It was so helpful for everyone who lived there.
March 11, 2015
4 years later,
There has many problems that still need help.
I can’t explain it very well, so please check this site. Then you will know what’s going on in Tohoku now.
I was very moved when I heard about the ‘Tohoku bake sale‘ from the Japanese professor at Willamette University.
And, we are going to do it this year too!!
There has many kinds of sweets!
I’ll bring some PURIN and Chocolate cake with Banana ;))
So let’s get tasty sweets and donate for Tohoku!