I was worried about you, I sent you a private message and now, reading the english forum I'm glad to know you're ok!
It's so terrible what happened…Our hearts goes to all Japanese people in this terrible tragedy.
Sorry too late to report to you. I sincerely appreciate your attention and consideration for us Japanese. Tokyo had the less damages but we came to see some negative effects here and there. Liquefacations are seen in reclaimed lands. There emerged not level surfaces on the ground. Some panicking people buy out reserved foods and commodities. Nasty schedule blackouts are not so strictly applied. Tokyoites are very concerned with a possible radiation by evil clouds spewed from the stricken reactors placed approx. 200 km away east. French Embassy issued an adjuration on immediate evacuation to the west or deportation for their expats. From an onset of the tragedy, 50 faceless brave workers are struggling against the worst scenario in the nuke power plant. We pray for their health, courage, and success. We strongly feel we are not alone but hugged with and encouraged by countless goodwill foreigners.
First of all, we are very sorry for the uncontrollable stricken nuke plant. We havn't managed damaged reactors in almost two months. It looks like a tug of war. Recently, I joined in a voluntary group to help devastated area. We worked in a 50 km circle from the Fukushima plant. We cleaned up dirty soils, moved pieces of large furniture and debris. I will go and report again. I and my family members are all right.
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