Revitalization in Fukushima

This newsletter conveys the voices of foreign residents, while also focusing on the activities of various international organizations and on the restoration efforts after the disaster.

Vol.12(Published in February 2020)

■Voices from Fukushima

Helping Fukushima by Making Tohno Washi
Sylvia Gallagher(From Wellington, New Zealand/ Currently living in Iwaki)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Doing Yoga in Chinese (Aizu-Wakamatsu City)
  • ・Rwanda Photo Exhibition in Fukushima City
  • ・Japanese Class New Year’s Party in Fukushima City

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

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Vol.11(Published in November 2019)

■Voices from Fukushima

Finding Diversity in a World of Gray
Hee Sook Yang(From Seoul, Korea/ Currently living in Fukushima City)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Connecting Fukushima City Residents Through the Sounds of African Drums
  • ・An Emergency Mock Drill in Nihonmatsu City
  • ・International Exchange and Sports Day in Tamura City!

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

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Vol.10(Published in August 2019)

■Voices from Fukushima

Communicating Fukushima’s Revitalization Situation to the World
Steve Terada(From Honolulu, Hawaii/ Currently living in Fukushima City)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Foreign Residents Involved with the Tohoku Kizuna Matsuri in Fukushima City
  • ・An Event Making Use of the Local Resources in Aizu Wakamatsu City
  • ・Making Soba Noodles In Iwaki City

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

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Vol.9(Published in February 2019)

■Voices from Fukushima

Simon Essler (From Germany, Living in Fukushima City)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Palestinian Authority Workers Visiting the Disaster Area
  • ・Deepening an Understanding of Cultural Roots
  • ・A 2 Hour Trip Around the World!The Next Destination is Britain!

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

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30周年記念号 Vol.8(Published in November 2018)

■Voices from Fukushima

Liliana Takahashi (From Mexico, Living in Soma City)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・English Teachers Volunteering in the Odaka Area
  • ・Agriculture Training Program in Miharu
  • ・What I Like About Fukushima
  • ・The Fukushima We Want to Show the World
  • ・Disaster Preparedness Training
  • ・Changes in the Population of Foreign Residents in Fukushima

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

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Vol.7(Published in August 2018)

■Voices from Fukushima

Naomi Oya (From Canada, Living in Fukushima City)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Gearing up for the Olympics with the Japanese and American Softball Teams Going Head-to-Head at Azuma Baseball Stadium!
  • ・Experiencing Aizu’s Traditional Culture
  • ・Let's make Ponderosa Cake in English

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

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Vol.6(Published in February 2018)

■Voices from Fukushima

Francis Amimo Okoti (From Kenya, Living in Nihonmatsu City)
Yapaka Tiranun (From Thailand, Living in Fukushima City)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Handing Down Culture with Chinese Home Cooking
  • ・Final Completion of Nihonshu that Started from Pl anting Rice!
  • ・Understanding Fukushima’s Current Situation Fr om Experience

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

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Vol.5(Published in November 2017)

■Voices from Fukushima

Pham Van Thanh (living in Aizu-Wakamatsu City, From Vietnam)
Jennifer Bishop (living in Date City, From America)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・The Matsuri in Iizaka
  • ・Cultural Exchange with Vietnamese Study Abroad students
  • ・Malaysian Junior High School Students VisitNakajima Village

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

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Vol.4(Published in August 2017)

■Voices from Fukushima

Sonia Naomi Arai (From Brazil, Living in Aizu-Wakamatsu)
Christina Iwasawa(From the Philippines, living in Shirakawa)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Learning about current Fukushima through experiences at Commutan Fukushima
  • ・Cultural Exchange with Vietnamese Study Abroad students
  • ・Bon Festival Dance by Americans with Fukushima Roots

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

■FIA Information

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Vol.3(Published in February 2017)

■Voices from Fukushima

Josefina Kudo (Koriyama City Resident, from the Philippines)
Mercedez Clewis (Fukushima City Resident, from America)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Reception of the Central and South American Descendants of Japanese Immigrants
  • ・Fukushima Promotion on Facebook aimed at Thai People
  • ・Learning Japanese for Emergency Situations

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

■FIA Information

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Vol.2(Published in November 2016)

■Voices from Fukushima

Zoe Vincent(Fukushima City Resident, from U.K.)
Ben Sreynich(Fukushima City Resident, from Cambodia)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・JICA Trainee Acceptance Training
  • ・Concert by the Chinese Luoyang City Star Performance Group
  • ・PracticalJapanese Lecture for Foreign Residents

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

■FIA Information

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Vol.1(Published in August 2016)

■Voices from Fukushima

Tatsuhou Sai(Fukushima City Resident, from China)
Pahmi Ismail(Fukushima City Resident, from Indonesia)

■Scenes of Fukushima

  • ・Observation from an Indian student in Iwaki City
  • ・Aizu-Wakamatsu International Association 20th Anniversary
  • ・Arrival of new JET Programme Participants to Japan

■Multilingual Information on the Revitalization Effort: Fukushima Revitalization Station

■FIA Information

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From 2011 to 2016, the newsletter was published as “United We Stand Fukushima”.

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