Recently the FNN News reported the following:
On the 11th, it would be three months from the East Japan great earthquake. The number of death that the National Police Agency got hold of had risen to 15,413 people, and with 8,069 people remained missing.
Together at the time of the occurrence of the earthquake, silent prayers were offered in various places.
Moreover, family members of the deceased 27 staff paid visit to the Disaster Prevention Public Office Building in Miyagi at the south Sanriku-cho where their were their love ones died during the tsunami.
The husband of Hiromi Miura, Tsuyoshi-san who was the assistant manager of the crisis-management section in the town was missing; he was drown by the tsunami while using the disaster prevention wireless to urge the residents to look for shelter on the day of the earthquake.
Hiromi Miura said that "everyday she always says 'Come back because it is all right now' ".
On the other hand, parents were also being seen offering flowers in the Okawa elementary school in Ishinomaki City where 74 people, about 70 percent of the students of school were hit and became dead or missing.
Although it is now three months from the earthquake, family members of the deceased are struggling to recover from the wounds caused by the tsunami.