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三陸こざかなネットでは、東日本大震災を乗り越える親子の記録を残し続ける活動を行います…被災地より、子供達の未来の為に。

What is KozakanaNet?

KozakanaNet is a community of parents and children living in Ishinomaki  who experienced the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, and their supporters.

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Our Purpose

We aim to record, from various perspectives, the daily recovery from the Great East Japan Earthquake, a disaster of unprecedented scope. By gathering firsthand accounts from parents and children about daily life during the days and months following the disaster, we document and disseminate records of the disaster and the ensuing recovery.  

Our activities

  • Gathering firsthand accounts from parents and children about overcoming the disaster.
  • Maintaining, publishing and disseminating records of these firsthand accounts through manga.
  • Providing opportunities for continuous communication with parents and children who experienced the disaster though manga exhibitions, story hours, and other activities.
  • Our past and upcoming activities include:
  1. Publications in Japanese and in English
  2. Exhibitions of original manga illustrations
  3. Presentations and symposiums
  4. Story Hours
  5. Children's events
  6. Exchanges with volunteers

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    Our Manga Booklets

    We believe that, in order for accounts of the disaster to be handed down from generation to generation, it is first necessary for the stories to engage children’s interest. We have made a conscious effort not to bring fear and sadness to the forefront. To make it easy for children to read the accounts alone or with their parents, the booklets include illustrations and 4-panel comic strips.

    We are less interested in the fear of the disaster than in the question of how to continue living afterwards. These are accounts of the wisdom and courage that is needed to overcome unforeseen circumstances, stories of the assistance of people met by chance and of the connections that were forged with them. This chronicle of a new community that emerged during the Great East Japan Earthquake suggests that such communities will be critical in future Disaster Preparedness plans, both within Japan and in other countries.

    I Know What Happened (Nee, Nee, Shittetaa?)
    Half manga, half prose, this booklet chronicles one family's experiences in the aftermath of the 2011 tsunami.
    All versions are 20 pages, A4-size, full-color
    ●English version ¥500 + postage
    ●Original Japanese version ¥300 + postage
    ●Children’s hirgana version ¥300 + postage

    Itsuka Otona ni Natta Anata-e
    This manga includes stories from families all over Japan about their experiences of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
    50 pages, A4-size, black and white
    ●Original Japanese version ¥800 + postage

    To order, please contact the KozakanaNet office: BILINGUAL CONTACT PAGE

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