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Damage in Rikuzen-Takada, Iwate Pref. (15)
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何のタンクか分かりませんが、

瓦礫の山の上に置かれていました。

このように、危険物も何もかも、ない交ぜになって、

堆く積まれているのが、実情です。


これらのパノラマは、2011年の東日本大震災の状況を360°全方位パノラマVRムービーで記録した「Japan Pano Journalism Project」のコンテンツです。転載をご希望の方は、こちらまでお問い合わせ下さい。

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Copyright: Akila ninomiya
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送信日: 03/04/2011
更新日: 04/08/2014
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Tags: 2011; ninomiya; disaster; tsunami; tohoku; iwate
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