Ten Years Later: Tohoku's Recovery and Resilience Together With the World

Ten years after an earthquake and tsunami devastated northeastern Japan, Tohoku looks very different. The combined efforts of professional reconstruction teams, local residents and support from the international community have all made a huge impact toward returning life to normal.
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Hokkaido: Japan's Northern Frontier

The northernmost of Japan's islands remains a mystery to many. Hokkaido is indeed an entirely different side of Japan, a dichotomy between new and old dominated by a natural landscape that is difficult to be equaled.