Quake News from Elsewhere - Kesennuma, One local man's hope and struggle

Thanks to the editor from INTERNAZIONALE, I managed to put out another reportage about the North of Japan where the aftermath of 2011's Tsunami is still long lasting.

The episode tells a story of one local man’s on-going fight to help the residents at the makeshift housings in this port city called ‘Kesennuma’. His name is Mr Mitsuru Murakami and his activity really shows how frustrating it is to carry on practical supports often prevented by prejudices and bureaucracy. 

If you're interested in other previous episodes, please visit my renewed tumblr page dedicated to the event.I'll now regularly update the stories I collected over the last 2 years.

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