Japan Earthquake And Tsunami Photos

We here would like to extend our deepest condolences to the people of Japan affected by the devastating earthquake and the tsunami that hit the country on March 11, 2011. Japan is a great and safe country, full of great hardworking people which allowed it to get developed into one of the world’s strongest economies.

That also means that Japan was better prepared for a natural disaster, however a hit of such magnitude is bound to leave a mark any way you spin it. This earthquake appears to be the 5th most powerful earthquake since record-keeping started in 1900.

The tsunami it triggered seems to be the most brutal yet (the wave got 10 kilometres into the land in Sendai area of Japan, one entire village of 1,000 people got literally wiped out of the surface of the Earth) making for a disaster of epic proportions. I’m dedicating to posting to one of the major natural disasters to hit the earth in our lifetime.


Houses Swallowed by Tsunami Waves Burn in Natori, Miyagi

A Tsumani Triggered by a Powerful Earthquake Sweeps Parts of Sendai Airport

Sendai Airport Surrounded by Water Brought in by Tsunami

Light Aircraft and Cars Surrounded by Debris After Tsunami Struck the Sendai Airport

Huge Tsunami Wave Sweeps Away Houses in Natori City, Japan

Tsunami Wave Engulfs a Residential Area in Natori, Miyagi

People Take Shelter as a Ceiling Collapses in Sendai

Swirls Caused by Tsunami Near Oarai, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan

Energy Map by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Shows the Intensity of the 2011 Tsunami

Buildings Engulfed in Flames at Sendai Airport, Miyagi

Facing the Damage Caused by the Most Powerful Earthquake in Japan’s History

Oil Refinery in Ichihara, Chiba Prefecture Caught Fire After Massive 8.9 Earthquake Shook Japan

Coast of Natori City, Miyagi Prefecture Struck by Tsunami

Shores Swept by Tsunami Tidal Waves in Iwanuma, Northern Japan

Owner of a Ceramic Shop in Tokyo Checks Stock for Damage

Tsunami Tidal Wave Pushes the Naka River at Hitachinaka City,

Houses, Cars and Other Items Get Washed Away by Tsunami Tidal Wave in Kesennuma in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

Houses Near Sendai Airport Are Swept Away by the Tsunami Wave

Residents of Sukagawa City, Fukushima Prefecture Check the Damage to the Road and Houses

Road Caved In in Satte, Saitama Prefecture, Japan After 8.9 Magnitude Earthquake Hit

Shores Submerged by Tsunami in Natori City, Miyagi

Vehicles Crushed by Collapsed Wall at a Carpark in Mito City in Ibaraki



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