Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -
Toshiya Watanabe / 渡部敏哉 -

"3 months later"
A series of huge disasters gigantic earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear powerplant accidents hit Japan on March 11.
My hometown is only 8 kilometers from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. The day after the earthquake, the government of Japan ordered it residents to leave their home my hometown is now no-go zone.
On June 12, three months after the earthquake, I was given a chance to go back to my house, which was within the restricted area to pick up my family album that was full of good old memories. During this visit, I took these pictures shown here.

福島原発事故から3ヶ月後の6月12日、私は2時間だけ実家のある浪江町に帰る許可をもらった。
家族の思い出が詰まったアルバムを持ち帰るのと共に、町の様子を出来る限り記録することにした。
みんなが幸せに暮らしていた頃の穏やかな町の様子が、少しでも伝わるように。

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