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Source: Government of Japan – Prime Minister

Photograph of Ishinomaki Minamihama Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park (1)

hotograph of a reconstruction and recovery multipurpose facility (1)

Photograph of a reconstruction and recovery multipurpose facility (2)

Photograph of a reconstruction and recovery multipurpose facility (3)

Photograph of a reconstruction and recovery multipurpose facility (4)

Photograph of the Prime Minister offering flowers at Ishinomaki Minamihama Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park (1)

Photograph of the Prime Minister offering flowers at Ishinomaki Minamihama Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park (2)

Photograph of Ishinomaki Minamihama Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park (2)

Photograph of Ishinomaki Minamihama Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park (3)

Photograph of Ishinomaki Genki Ichiba

Photograph of the Prime Minister offering flowers at Takata Matsubara Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park (1)

Photograph of the Prime Minister offering flowers at Takata Matsubara Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park (2)

Photograph of Takata Matsubara Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park

Photograph of the Taro District No. 1 Coastal Levee (1)

Photograph of the Taro District No. 1 Coastal Levee (2)

Photograph of the Tsunami Remains Taro Kanko Hotel (1)

Photograph of the Tsunami Remains Taro Kanko Hotel (2)

Photograph of the Tsunami Remains Taro Kanko Hotel (3)

Photograph of the Tsunami Remains Taro Kanko Hotel (4)

Photograph of the Tsunami Remains Taro Kanko Hotel (4)

Photograph of the Tsunami Remains Taro Kanko Hotel (6)

[Provisional Translation]

 
 
On December 10, 2020, the Prime Minister visited Miyagi Prefecture and Iwate Prefecture.

In Higashi Matsushima City, Miyagi Prefecture, the Prime Minister visited a reconstruction and recovery multipurpose facility, and thereafter offered flowers and a silent prayer at Ishinomaki Minamihama Tsunami Recovery Memorial Park in Ishinomaki City, and then received an explanation on the state of reconstruction and an overview of the park.

In the afternoon, the Prime Minister offered flowers and a silent prayer at Takata Matsubara Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park in Rikuzentakata City, Iwate Prefecture, and then received an explanation on the state of reconstruction and other matters. Lastly, the Prime Minister visited Taro District in Miyako City, and conducted such activities as viewing videos of the tsunami. After the visit, the Prime Minister spoke to the press regarding the visit to Miyagi Prefecture and Iwate Prefecture and other matters.

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