From Insight 29 June 2014
More than three years after a massive tremor struck off the coast of Japan, the rubble has been cleared and the infrastructure largely restored. But despite the progress in the last few years, nearly 260,000 people across the Tohoku region are still living in temporary housing, with friends or family or renting. Former Radio NZ journalist, Cushla Norman, as she visits one of the towns hardest hit by the tsunami, Minamisanriku, to find out how its rebuild is progressing and how the people are coping.
Images courtesy Cushla Norman
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