10 Hometowns for Each - Takumi Nasuno Photography
Local Revitalization
2016/03/11
Why not visit Fukushima Prefecture? There must be something different from what you see on common media.

It is March 11 today.

2011 Tohoku Earth Quake and Tsunami occurred in Japan 5 years ago.

 

 

Many people mentioned the disaster on SNS like Facebook and Twitter, which happened in the same way every year. A variety of media mentioned the disaster so that people shared and consumed the information they summarized for the disaster.

 

I know that the internet is very useful in spreading information very rapidly. It is very useful in informing many people of what they should know. However, I think it is a pity if many of the readers consumed the information and got satisfied after reading, sympathizing, and making comments for the information.

 

I do not like any perfunctory comments.

I want to say one thing.

 

Why not visit Fukushima Prefecture?

There must be something different from what you see on common media.

 

Thus I'm heading to Fukushima Prefecture from tomorrow. The destination is Tanagura Town, and this time I'm joining a tour of staying at "local resident's houses"! (In Japan, we call it Minpaku.) This is my first trip to Tanagura Town with others! There must be some great discoveries in this trip!

 

Weeping Sakura Tree of Hanazono at Tanagura Town with Mist

Here's a symbol of Tanagura Town, the Weeping Sakura Tree of Hanazono.

I'm looking forward to beautiful landscapes!

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