In the wake of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, the song "Flowers Will Bloom" was created in support of those affected by the disaster. Now, ten years later, it is reborn in 11 languages with performances by artists such as May J., Ono Lisa, and Morisaki Win who generously offered their voices. Can the song carry its prayer of hope across the globe? Join us as we learn the story behind the song's inception, look at the disaster area today, and introduce messages from around the world.
Bossa nova singer Ono Lisa records "Flowers Will Bloom"
A Chinese woman living in Minamisanriku visits a destroyed building
Images of flowers received from all over the world
The 11 artists who joined the "Flowers Will Bloom" project