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千葉県まで津波が襲った。


旭市の沿岸部でも津波の被害を受けた。漁港近くには瓦礫が積まれており、他の被災地に比べると市街地は片付いていた。
被災した自宅の2Fに魚がいたそうだ。北三陸と見た目の違いはあるものの、家屋が全壊した悲しみは変わらない。

キーワード:旭市 / 九十九里浜

※当パノラマは、2011年3月11日に発生した東日本大震災の津波によって被災した地域を記録に残すために制作しました。

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Uploaded: 06/05/2011
Updated: 06/05/2011
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