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Yuriko Nakao

Healing power of photography

Mar 02 2012

The 3.11 Portrait Project brings smiles to the victims of the triple-whammy disaster through the power of the photograph.

A fisherman’s sad tale

Mar 01 2012

Takaaki Watanabe was out at sea when the tsunami took his wife and mother.

Woman in iconic tsunami photo looks to future

Feb 28 2012

ISHINOMAKI, Japan The young Japanese woman clutches a beige blanket tight around her shoulders as she stares into the distance. Behind her hulks twisted metal and splintered wood left by the tsunami that devastated Ishinomaki, her hometown. | Video

Woman in iconic tsunami photo looks to future

Feb 28 2012

ISHINOMAKI, Japan The young Japanese woman clutches a beige blanket tight around her shoulders as she stares into the distance. Behind her hulks twisted metal and splintered wood left by the tsunami that devastated Ishinomaki, her hometown.

Woman in iconic tsunami photo looks to future

Feb 28 2012

ISHINOMAKI, Japan The young Japanese woman clutches a beige blanket tight around her shoulders as she stares into the distance. Behind her hulks twisted metal and splintered wood left by the tsunami that devastated Ishinomaki, her hometown.

Woman in iconic tsunami photo looks to future

Feb 28 2012

ISHINOMAKI, Japan The young Japanese woman clutches a beige blanket tight around her shoulders as she stares into the distance. Behind her hulks twisted metal and splintered wood left by the tsunami that devastated Ishinomaki, her hometown.

With or without you

Feb 27 2012

The story of the woman in the beige blanket, the subject of an iconic image from the Japan tsunami aftermath.

Japan priest fights invisible demon: radiation

Feb 10 2012

FUKUSHIMA On the snowy fringes of Japan's Fukushima city, now notorious as a byword for nuclear crisis, Zen monk Koyu Abe offers prayers for the souls of thousands left dead or missing after the earthquake and tsunami nearly one year ago. | Video

Japan priest fights invisible demon - radiation

Feb 10 2012

FUKUSHIMA On the snowy fringes of Japan's Fukushima city, now notorious as a byword for nuclear crisis, Zen monk Koyu Abe offers prayers for the souls of thousands left dead or missing after the earthquake and tsunami nearly one year ago.

Invisible snow: Six months later

Feb 10 2012

As Japan approached the one year anniversary of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, I revisited Buddhist zen monk Koyu Abe, chief priest of Joenji temple in Fukushima.

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