Takashi Tsumura@KOBE
Tsumura Interview on the Quake's Aftermath
Part 2

"Thanks to the Iranian whose Name I don't Know"
Winter 1996

Following is the second issue of Kobe One Year After, compiled by Takashi Tsumura, a writer and practitioner of Chinese healing who lives in Kobe. After a year, the effects of the earthquake are very much in evidence. Parts of the city have changed, other parts haven't. A recent collection of personal accounts by victims of the quake.

return voices-1 Thanks, Everyone

return voices-2 Peace at Home

return voices-3 People in Temporary Housing

return voices-4 A "Dead" City Full of Life

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