Looking back at how much Japan has recovered, it's hard to imagine that the tragic events that took place around the area of Tohoku were only two years ago. As much as there's been progression, there are some things that can never be fixed. Countless lives were lost, families forever torn part, lives permanently changed.
Today, on the anniversary of The Tohoku Disaster, we remember the victims of the the disaster, and send our love and support to those still dealing with its tragedy. We hope that you truly do have an amazing week, but please take a moment to remember those who can't be with us here today.
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