an old house in Odaka before broken
yesterday, severe earthquakes and tsunamis attacked my country, and we suffered great damage from it,
I was safe, but in Tohoku area, the disaster is incredible,
today the disaster looks enlarging time by time,
I wish the victims and damage not to increase and to be minimum...now,
this was an old house in Odaka Town at 2004, but yesterday it was completely broken and washed away by severe tsunami, and whole town is too,
and I'm afraid of the Odaka-Shrine to be destroyed...
no points please.
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Atousa (7131) 2011-03-12 0:59
I don't know what to say; that was a real disaster...
Wish you n the people of your country better days my friend.
JFS (32459) 2011-03-12 1:11
I'm listening to the radio and it seems that this earthquake has been most severe than usual. I feel very sorry for all the people that have lost their lifes and for your modelic country. Hope that no more shakes will arrive.
All my support,
yquem46 (38752) 2011-03-12 1:19
My warmest regards to you and all japanese people as a consolation for the terrible disaster in your country
BluSimo (9392) 2011-03-12 1:22
My dear Akihisa
I am with you and your people, with all the my thought and all my hope.
an embrace from Italy
Ricx (13495) 2011-03-12 1:35
Hi Akihisa, The severe damage from the earth quake and the Tsunami has been horrendous- we have been watching the terrible damage been created. I am pleased you capture has allowed this building to remain for ever.. I am glad you and your family are strong and survived the awful conditions.. I wish you all positive thoughts in the recovery of your country Rich
InasiaJones (31566) 2011-03-12 1:55
It was a shock to hear this news on the radio yesterday morning. Seeing images is even more saddening.
I admire Japanese people for their grace, their dignity and now, more than ever, for their determination.
My thoughts of hope and courage for the people of Japan.
ikeharel (72867) 2011-03-12 2:12
We watch CNN all the time to updated on the Japan's situation, and pictures coming not seem to be optimistic, by hope for the better.
This houes's picture is a good documentation to past, already not there - and good that you had kept this in archives.
besnard (56575) 2011-03-12 2:46
De tout coeur avec tous les japonais qui ont été les victimes de cette terrible catastrophe ainsi qu'à leur famille. Je souhaite à tous beaucoup de courage.
corjan3 (2109) 2011-03-12 4:56
Dear Akihisa kitanosono...,
I am so sorry about the disaster in your country! Glad that you are ok!
maloutim (9639) 2011-03-12 5:01
Good day Akihisa,
This is a good photo in memory of the catastrophe which is hitting Japan.
God bless the country and diminish their ordeal as much as possible !
Sergiom (81735) 2011-03-12 5:42
Je suis content que toi et ta famille soyez sains et saufs. Les images à la TV sont incroyables . Je souhaite de tout coeur que vous n'ayez pas de problèmes avec vos installations atomiques.
BennyV (17650) 2011-03-12 6:09
Hang on to hope, dear Akihisa.
I'm humbled and with you and your country.
abmdsudi (55126) 2011-03-12 6:38
Deepest syamphaties, our thoughts are with the people of Japan during this difficult time. I have no doubt that Japan will overcome this setback with courage and dignity.
fabianoleite (11763) 2011-03-12 7:41
It's a pitty that nature claimed this simplle and beautiful house. The architectural style of Japan is really beautiful. I really wish that God help you all recover from this disaster, and that the pains may be diminished with time. I know Japanese are very strong people that have already survived lots of man-made and natural disasters, but it must be very hard. May God help you all!
rbassin (23199) 2011-03-12 10:16
d'ici on a de la peine a imaginer cette catastrophe,
je suis en pensé avec vous et votre peuple.
mauro61 (52857) 2011-03-12 10:19
incredibili le scene viste in televisione sull'immane disastro e siamo tutti vicini al popolo giapponese,
Didi (60588) 2011-03-12 13:06
I am very sad for what happened
I am also very sorry for all these victims.
mursaloglu (8682) 2011-03-12 16:15
I am always with you inh these bad days. I wish more patient for you to overcome this disaster. I give you my very sincere solidarity and help by my hearth and soul. ihsan
worldcitizen (8810) 2011-03-12 16:35
Thank you for sharing this beautiful house. I love the traditional architecture in Japan. I am so sad for all of the devastation and suffering. My heart is with all the Japanese people during this difficult time...
emka (99931) 2011-03-12 23:28
Hi dear Akihisa,
What one can say seeing this enormous tragedy, every day bringing information about new vicitms and damages. I admire your nation for their courage and discipline. Everywhere else the losses would be much greater. I wish you stable situation with no more people killed, no danger of radiation. And the the strength to face it all.
All feel so sorry and sad. I am with you with all my heart
lgir (7293) 2011-03-13 9:53
I am very saddened by the disasters suffered by your country.
My heart and my thoughts are with you all.
Hoping that the nuclear threat does not add to your misery.
rodgerg (55767) 2011-03-13 11:42
All my sympathy to Japanese people during this difficult time.
TGULUMSER (13252) 2011-03-13 12:29
I pray for the beautiful, brave people of your special, wonderful country. I believe that you will overcome all the difficulties, but I'm so sad about your losses, so the words are not enough.
nikkitta (17066) 2011-03-13 17:31
Sorry for being late to left you a message
What I want to say is that I am truly horrified for what happens to your country, lots of beautiful buildings destroyed and lives taken away
Lets hope it will stop and for sure my prayers are for you and your country
Glad to know you are safe
All the best for you and Japon from Argentina
romanaa (7984) 2011-03-14 3:43
I am deeply shocked watching what the tsunami has done to your country. I pray for the all people of Japan.
Juntas (7960) 2011-03-14 10:13
Hi Akihisa. I hope, and I know you will have the strenght to mourn the dead and start a new life.
My respects to you and your people.
sacimar (26623) 2011-03-14 11:52
I've been out a few days, I'm so sorry what happened to your country, I hope everything returns to normality as soon as possible, I'm happy you are ok,
ciakgiak (30431) 2011-03-14 15:34
Ciao caro Akihisa,
sempre belli e pieni di fascino i tuoi soggetti, ben inquadrati e con qualità eccellente. Mi piacciono molto i colori e la luce, complimenti amico mio.
Un caro saluto
yedirenk (11244) 2011-03-14 18:28
Hi my dear friend Akihisa,
we are all very very sad about the big tragedy that has befallen your beautiful country..I`m glad that you and your family are fine..We all pray and hope for Japan to heal soon..we all are with you..
greetings to beautiful Japan..
batalay (39129) 2011-03-14 20:28
Hello Dear Akihisa,
The world has been hanging onto each word from journalists reporting the earthquake and tsunami, and the aftershocks. I hope that you and your family are alright, and I am happy to see a report from someone I know on Trekeart who has experienced the unspeakable tragedy at first hand. The Japanese are known worldwide for their courage and resilience. I have no doubt that as a nation, Japan will bounce back stronger than ever.
I want you to know that all of your many friends at Trekearth wish you and your countrymen continued courage and strength. You have our sympathies and warm wishes.
siudzi (34141) 2011-03-15 14:13
this is very beautiful picture as well as your note.
I strongly believe that you and your close family will soon see a better days. I pray for that. Please take care.
Warm regards, Malgorzata
BWJ (3094) 2011-03-15 19:34
Please know you and all of the people of Japan are in my thoughts. The pictures and reports of the devastation from the earthquake and tsunami are alarming. I hope you, your family, and friends are warm and safe with plenty of food and water. Yesterday when the television news was reported from Japan, snow was falling there. I was reminded of your beautiful snowy landscapes posted on TrekEarth.
With caring concern and my deepest sympathy.
mkamionka (37795) 2011-03-16 4:19
I am so sorry.
Hearing the terrible news I first thought about you because as far as I remember you are living in the north. I am glad that you are OK.
annjackman (21899) 2011-03-17 0:23
Everyday I look at the sad news coming from Japan. I am so pleased that you are safe. There are many challenges ahead for Japan and I will be thinking of you. I have never been to Japan but your photos have shown me a beautiful country. Stay safe.
Best wishes, Ann
pablominto (53746) 2011-03-18 1:56
I am shocked to see those horrible things happening in your neighbourhood!
I guess man doesn't have much to say when nature gets really angry...
I sincerely hope you and your dear ones are fine, if fine is the right word in a context like this!
jimmj63 (2315) 2011-03-19 15:36
I was apprehensive for the scary images from your country and I'm apprehensive now for the nuclear damage.
I never saw anithing like this.
I hope that the japaneese people will rise quikly again
Bluejeans (64251) 2011-03-20 5:04
Ola Akihisa ,
Muito triste o que aconteceu ao Japão nos últimos dias , com a morte de milhares de pessoas , espero que rapidamente tudo volte ao normal e que a vida continue .
Um abraço Gonçalo
jaywalker (16101) 2011-03-21 13:41
Hi Akihisa, What can I say?, it's tragic the resent events that have happened in Japan & I wish you & the Japanese people well for the future, when I saw the news reports I just could not imagine the terror the poor victims must have felt, so you & your family & friends please look after your selves, kind regards Wilson.
fotka (4489) 2011-04-05 11:21
I am glad that you and your family didn't suffer during the national tragedy. As a rest of the people I also watch every day reports from Japan about the earthquake, tsunami and now damaged Fukushima nuclear facility. I pray for better future of your country and I belive that after "storm" sun will shine again for Japanese people. You and Japanese people are in my heart during this difficult time.
DjoleEric (0) 2011-09-20 6:49
This building reminds me of one in his native bridge.
Beautiful and impressive.
Have a nice day.
- Copyright: Akihisa Kitanosono (AKITA) (15125)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2004-08-18
- Categories: Architecture
- Exposure: f/7.1, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): 11-03-2011 Japan in mourning [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2011-03-12 0:47