Young Survivors Find Their Voice: 27 Years since Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake
January 17, 1995, a magnitude-7.3 earthquake strikes the southern part of Hyogo Prefecture, Western Japan, leaving 6,434 people dead. Twenty-seven years on, many survivors who experienced the disaster are aging. In their stead, a younger generation is coming forward to share their own stories. We follow the inner turmoil of these young survivors as they confront losses that have been haunting them their whole lives.

Wago Ryoichi (Poet)