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Disturbance of deep-sea environments induced by th

The impacts of the M9.0 Tohoku Earthquake on deep-sea environment were investigated 36 and 98 days after the event. The light transmission anomal...

Translated by : Abhinav Srivastava
Original Source : The japan Times 2013-11-18

Microbrewery makes a comeback after tsunami - Hana

For the longest time only four major beer brands - Kirin, Asahi, Sapporo and Suntory – controlled the manufacture of Japanese beer.  T...

Translated by : Nicholle Granger
Original Source : Iwate Nippo 2013-10-17

All sea urchin fishing cooperatives move toward re

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Translated by : Akemi WellingtonOguri
Original Source : Iwate Nippo News 2013-08-11
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Japan ruling party struggles to balance agricultural reform, protection

TOKYO -- The ruling Liberal Democratic Party is facing a delicate balancing act of building a vibrant agricultural sector that can withstand over...

Translated by : N/A
Original Source : Nikkei Asian News 2015-10-23

Low prices have Japan wheeling and dealing

TOKYO -- Falling crude oil prices are benefiting resource-poor Japan as leverage slides across the negotiating table from sellers to buyers.

Translated by : N/A
Original Source : Nikkei Asian Review 2015-10-23

Former prime minister's son makes Tohoku recovery his mission

  TOKYO -- Immediately after the massive earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011, struck Japan's northeast Tohoku region, Shinjiro Koizumi...

Translated by : Owen
Original Source : Nikkei Asian Review 2014-01-16
Reports

Summary of the Fifth Japan-U.S. Clean Energy Policy Dialogue

On December 12, 2013, the...


Preventive and Multi-layered Measures for Decommissioning and Contaminated Water Management

Mid-and-Long-Term Roadmap...


IAEA Team Completes Review of Japan’s Plans to Decommission Fukushima Daiichi

An IAEA expert team today...

Volunteer to Help Rebuild Tohoku

Since the great earthquake and tsunami of March 11th, 2011 in Northeastern Japan millions of people have volunteered in some way to help the victims of this horrific disaster. 

This website has been created to continue these efforts and to allow people to now volunteer to help Japan in a new way. Rebuilding Tohoku is a website that allows anyone to register as a member to provide information about various subjects related to the rebuilding efforts of Northeastern Japan. 

Rebuilding Tohoku focuses on a range of subjects including information about the Tohoku region, March 11th 2011, renewable energy, economics, politics, tourism and philanthropy.

We ask people interested in providing information on these subjects or helping with translating Japanese to English to register as members and support the effort. Thank you for your interest and look forward to your help. 

Tohoku Ganbaro!