The Bonds of parent and child
At the place where I can see what's left of my father's photo studio. I thought of inheriting family business, having a camera my father left me.
"It's been nine years since inheriting scallop fishing as 27-year-old. Because I was with my father, I was able to get over the tsunami disaster."
"To protect my boat, I took it to the offing before the tsunami. Meanwhile my mother died at home."
He planned a festival that had over 20,000 visitors 3 years in a row "in order to create unity among our generation". He runs a fish processing factory
"The revival of our town relies on fish." said a man with destroyed Onagawa Port on his back.
a third generation newspaper carrier shop owner: at the site of former resident.
Fourth-generation owner of a supermarket: with the newly adopted son from his late sister who died from tsunami.
a fourth-generation Chinese chef. (they reopened the makeshift restaurant)
coaching the traditional lion dances to a granddaughter at Takeno-ura fishing harbor.
They playing traditional drums at Takeno-ura shrine.