Keep tsunami-stricken isatomae community alive

 
$3,660
$16,340
Raised
Remaining

This project is located in Japan and can also be found under Disaster Recovery.

This is a small community, trying to start its rebuilding by opening shops and factories in a large-sized tent.
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(38.71719, 141.52211)
It was a beautiful small coastal town with a traditional formation of shops, very rare to be found in Japan now. But it is all gone. Town people are dreaming to recreate shops in a mountain side.
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(38.71688, 141.52249)
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(38.71808, 141.52112)
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(38.71782, 141.52078)
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(38.71922, 141.52232)
Isatomae Tento Shop Location
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(38.72002, 141.52261)
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(38.71879, 141.52194)
Utatsu Aza Isatomae, Minami-sanrikucho, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
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(38.71715, 141.52274)
Isatomae Fukko Temporary Shops
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(38.71741, 141.52072)
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(38.71880, 141.52348)
Fukko Temporary Shopping Center
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(38.71706, 141.52060)
Fukko Temporary Shopping Center
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(38.71767, 141.52196)
Isatomae Kofuku Shotengai
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(38.71758, 141.52124)
Isatomae Fukko Shotengai (Redevelopment Arcade)
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(38.71766, 141.52115)
Happy Shopping Arcade
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(38.71746, 141.52113)
Isatomae Fukko Shotengai (Redevelopment Arcade)
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(38.71746, 141.52113)
Isatomae Fukko Shotengai (Redevelopment Arcade)
, 986-0700
(38.71746, 141.52113)
Isatomae Fukko Shopping Arcade
, 986-0700
(38.71746, 141.52113)

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Project Leader

Yoshitaka Okada

Tokyo, Tokyo Japan

Where is this project located?

Map of Keep tsunami-stricken isatomae community alive