2 to 3 hours
2500JPY～ (per guest)
On March 11, 2011 at 14:46, a powerful earthquake struck 70 kilometers off the Pacific coast of the Tohoku Region in north eastern Japan. Approximately 30 minutes later a devastating tsunami inundated the Sanriku Coast. Taro town is located in the middle of the Sanriku Coastline. Take a guided walk around the disaster affected area with a local survivor of the earthquake and tsunami. Walk along the massive breakwater wall and ruins of the Taro-Kanko hotel, preserved as a memorial site.
Reflect on the ferocity of nature, importance of disaster prevention, and resilience of a community undefeated.
Meet your local guide and take a walk through the disaster affected area of Taro town, listening to stories of survival and recovery.