Monday, April 11, 2011


In various places in Japan, sirens wailed and people bowed their heads and wept along the devastated northeastern coast at 2:46 p.m. today as they marked a month since the historic earthquake and tsunami that killed up to 25,000 people and triggered a nuclear crisis.

Contrary to our daily efforts for recovering from 3.11, the ensuing earthquakes are trying to break not only the buildings but also our hope.

There're a few foods and drinks on the shelves of supermarkets still now.

Also, self-restriction society seems to prevent us from any joy in our lives.

How could we get over this dismal days...?

I'm not sure the way, but at least, we should never feel depressed about our situation.

We never forget the victims forced to live in emergent shelters with less foods and drinks.

Have a look up at the sky. The answer is there.


SUNTORY also gives the similar massage to us by using Kyu Sakamoto's "Uewo Muite Arukou" and "Miagetegoran Yoruno Hoshiwo" sang by various celebrities.

It's so hard to express my feeling, but I know we never throw away our hope.

Now look up at the sky and swear together "Ganbaro"!!

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