Tohoku Earthquake March 15, 2011 Photo Summary
Since the Tohoku Earthquake occurred, the situation of the damage and the subsequent impact were recorded in the photo. Since the influence of the earthquake has calmed down to some extent, I tried to upload the photos I took so far. Because it was taken by individuals, there is quite a variation, but I would be happy if I could tell some of the effects of the earthquake.
Tuesday is the fifth day since the earthquake occurred. On this day, I went to Sendai.
The ground is broken because of the earthquake. It continues to the road.
There are a lot of cars lined up, but it is not a traffic jam in front of the traffic light by no means. All this line of cars is waiting for the gas station.
It is lined up in Cosmo Oil. The previous photo is in the east direction, and this photo is in the south direction. I can't see the back.
I took it from the other side towards the south. This road is a straight line all the time, but it is lined up so much that you can't see the gas station. Of course, there is still a line behind this.
The opposite lane seems to be lined up separately.
I also took a picture of the opposite lane. This seems to be lined up at another gas station. In the same way, I can't see the gas station ahead. That's a tremendous number of cars.
I tried to put two together.
Yet another gas station. There are also a tremendous number of cars lined up here. Most gas stations are full of people trying to get gas, even if they haven't opened it yet.
I went straight through the previous line and took a picture from the other side. It's still going on. A car is also interrupting another lane.
It's about how far it will last. I came to Sendai before I d know it.
There was a person who was fetching the water of the river. When water does not come out and it is insufficient, the water of the river is also used to compensate for the shortage. It is safe not to disappear if it is water of the river.
Miyagi Co-op Co-purchase Department East Branch (co-op mutual aid). It's a little far away, but people are gathering in front of the whiteboard.
The transportation system is stuck, but what are you talking about?
When I took a picture on the day of the earthquake, it was dark, so it was almost difficult to understand, but I took a picture at a later date. Various pieces of debris and metal have fallen from the ceiling. It's already been four days, so it seems to have been cleaned up in its own way.
I didn't notice it when I took the photo, but my name was Janjan Man.
Please tell me what kind of physical laws the tile fragments are flying over there.
When I went there on the day of the earthquake, it was dark, so I didn't understand it, but it was quite cracked. It is a point that I passed later and was noticed.
You can see that the glass of the laundromat is also broken and splashed under the blue sheet.
Seiyu in Sendai City. A lot of people line up to buy things. I think it's probably because there are even longer lines outside the picture. Is it still before opening?
Dharma Pharmacy. Where the shop opens, there is always a long line. Even if it is not possible to do here yet, it is lined up.
It is DIY center Daishin of the residence and life. There is also a long line around the parking lot. In addition to food, people line up for daily necessities.
It's raining a little.
It is also a gas station. When you sell gasoline, cars line up. Even if you don't sell gasoline, cars line up.
It is like a taxi priority, but it is a road or a sidewalk.
Another SEIYU. It is a little far, but it is lined up so that it does not go well in the photograph.
It's like a bakery. It is lined up here, too. I line up everywhere.
Photo on the other side. It is lined up so that it will go around the parking lot. If it rains, it is in such a thin state that you have to line up even if you put an umbrella on it.
By the way, I don't have an umbrella.
It is a way back after going to work. I didn't notice it when I went, but the glass was broken. It is dangerous because shards of glass are flying near the sidewalk.
It was raining on the way back.
I'm holding an umbrella.
I tried to take a picture because heavy machinery was running on the highway. It occupies the expressway and something runs.
Various cars are coming one after another from behind.
I enlarged it from the place where I was standing now and took a picture. It seemed that there was something like a shovel car on board.
It is a gas station. People are lined up with polytanks and cans for gasoline. I don't care if it rains.
On the other side, cars are coming in one after another. People also had to be crowded.
A large procession of cars in the same way.
It is a shop selling sake and wine. Anyway, if things were sold, people were lined up everywhere regardless of type or place.