These photos are part of my long-term project investigating the evacuees not as victims, but as part of a 1000 years old folk culture of the area.
In the aftermath of The Great Earthquake of East Japan on March 11th, 2011, the entire nation was facing the cold and hard reality of vulnerability against massive earthquakes.
It has passed almost two years since the Fukushima disaster. Cherry blossoms in full bloom on river banks captured but no one to share its beauty with.
Kids Photo Journal is a project where children from the tohoku disaster areas document their daily lives and the recovery of their home towns – using photography as voice and therapy.
3/11 Kids Photo Journal is an inspiring photography project by children affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.