Friday, March 11, 2011

Earthquake

There was a couple of huge earthquakes that I had never experienced. Every public transportation stopped and I had to walk home taking 6 hours. There are still afterquakes every 30 minutes.

9 comments:

sergo said...

I wish you and your family good health and the best of luck.

hohehohe2 [at] gmail.com said...

Thank you sergo. My family and friends are all safe.

Alex Mirgorodsky said...

Hi Koichi! I was shocked after looking tv news. this is really terribly. I glad ерфе your family is safe.

hohehohe2 [at] gmail.com said...

Thank you Alex. We appreciate everybody prays for us.

opeca64 said...

I hope that you and your family are okay, I really appreciate your two cents you share on the web for all of us.

The ring of fire is truely living up to its name -> and isn't being warm in that mother-earth sense.

It's not just just the quakes that but additionally the aftermath and the amount of rebuilding that must be done.

Sending prayers your way for positive outcomes.

hohehohe2 [at] gmail.com said...

Thank you opeca64, yeah it's the worst tragedy we've had but people are quite closely united against it. I hope we can get over these difficulties in the end though it'll be a long fight.

hohehohe2 [at] gmail.com said...

and again we appreciate all your help and mindfulness.

Степа Дятковский said...

ruins and radiation... it is all very sad event. All infrastructure was stopped. No cars, no horrible daily life. But you can't relax. U can't because too much people dead and too much radiation in the air and water :-( accept my condolences.

hohehohe2 [at] gmail.com said...

Hi Степа Дятковский,

People in the afflicted area are a lot more stressed but it seems that we've got used to the inconvenient life here in Tokyo. I try not to drink tap water, make sure bring an umbrella on a rainy day, check where veges and fish are produced. I check radiation every day and the value is far below the limit I set (here in Tokyo, not in Fukushima) so it'll be enough for now.
Thanks.