Aerial photographs and testimony videos : Top page of NDL Great East Japan Earthquake Archive (HINAGIKU) (2)
Top page of NDL Great East Japan Earthquake Archive (HINAGIKU)
- Ishinomaki Bay
"Ishinomaki Bay" is one of the photographs in Aerial photographs（Diagonal photographs). Aerial photographs（Diagonal photographs) of the coastal areas of Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture from Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture has been recorded.
All photographs were taken on March 12, 2011, the day after the Great East Japan Earthquake by Aero Asahi Corporation.They are also published on "disaster area map information", which is in "The Great East Japan Earthquake Information special page" on the website of Aero Asahi Corporation.
There are 344 photographs in NDL Great East Japan Earthquake Archive on August 8, 2013.
- Investigation report of earthquake and tsunami in the coastal areas of the Miyagi prefecture
This report is one of the contents in the National Diet Library Digitized Contents.
Ishinomaki weather station investigated the coastal areas of the Miyagi prefecture and issued report after the earthquake in 1933.
In the National Diet Library Digitized Contents, there are materials about disaster of earthquake and tsunami, for example, Earthquakes in Ansei era of 1850's and 1860's, Kanto Great Eathquake in 1923.
- The pregnant woman protected by "bond" : "That day, what I did ?"
One of the videos of "That day, what I did ?" in the East Japan Great Earthquake Archives (NHK), which consist of testimony by the affected people.
A pregnant woman gave testimony how she escaped for higher ground, with help by people around.
There are 271 testimonies of "That day, what I did ?" in NDL Great East Japan Earthquake Archive on August 12, 2013.
- Sendai Tanabata Festival
One of the photos of "Memories for the Future" in Google.
The beauty of the gorgeous bamboo streamers is one of the most typical sights on summer's day. Streamers are decorated in Sendai, Miyagi where severely damaged by the earthquake and tsunami in hopes of speedy recovery in the summer of 2011.
A project which collects and presents memories, including photos and movies of the beautiful scenery and nostalgic views lost in the earthquake posted on Internet photo and video sharing services operated by Google on the Memories for the Future website.