Cherry blossoms blooming on rubble in the tsunami-affected area of the Great East Japan Earthquake | Sendai, Miyagi Japan
2020.01.25 / Last modified at 2020.01.25
In the residential area of the Gamo district of Miyagino-ku, Sendai city, Miyagi prefecture Japan, there was a row of cherry blossom trees that bloomed beautifully in spring.
The area where the cherry blossom trees are located is also affected by the tsunami caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011, and spring begins with piles of rubble.
Miracle cherry blossoms blooming in rubble in the Gamo district of Sendai City
Despite the massive tsunami that destroyed many houses and killed people, cherry blossoms began to blossom from rubble mountains.I think this gave courage to those who lived here.
In the spring of 2012, the cherry blossom trees were necrotic due to salt damage, and felled due to redevelopment of the affected areas.
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