This is a collection of videos who does not show the devastation again and again, but focus on all kinds of actions in the aftermath of the catastrophe.
Dog rescued at sea
The Japanese Coast Guard has rescued a dog found on the roof of a house floating at sea. It’s unclear if the dog could have been at sea for the three weeks since the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. The rescue marked the first day of a massive three-day search and recover mission.
Cleaning up Ishinomaki City
A group of volunteers led by three brothers travels to tsunami-devastated Ishinomaki City. With so much of the city destroyed, where does one begin the clean-up effort?
Japan Begins Construction of Shelters to House Refugees in Rikuzentakata
Slightly over a week from Japan’s earthquake and subsequent tsunami, some survivors in the devastated town of Rikuzentakata may soon be getting new housing.
Dog injured by tsunami is guarded by another dog
Emotional scene of a dog who is detected by a journalist and who attracts attention to rescue his friend dog who was hurt by the tsunami.
U.S. Marines Deliver Aid to Japan
SENDAI, Japan (March 20, 2011) U.S. Marines assigned to the “Dragons” of Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron (HMM) 265 deliver Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Relief (HADR) supplies. HMM-265 is supporting Operation Tomodachi, a humanitarian assistance mission
Two quake survivors rescued in Ishinomaki
Police rescued 2 people from under debris in Ishinomaki City on Sunday, 9 days after the initial earthquake and tsunami on March 11th. Police in Miyagi Prefecture say the 2 are a woman who is about 80 years old and a 16-year-old boy.