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After the Japan Disaster

After the Japan Disaster

Last year's dual earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan unleashed enormous devastation on the country, but the recovery effort has removed much of the rubble from the event. Giant swaths of barren land now sit where there were once thriving towns and previously impassable roadways, clogged with the debris of the disaster, are once again seeing regular traffic. The New York Times provides a special interactive side-by-side look at areas of Japan in the days after the event and those same places one year later.

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