These pictures were taken at the port of Mastukawaura, Soma
on Dec 2.
Rebuilding what was destroyed by the tsunami continues, and commercial fishing has resumed, little by little, as you can see.
A light house keeps watch over a now peaceful ocean.
Fishing boats waiting in turn to head out to sea.
Finally we can buy rock fish like willow flounder, proudly labeled as one of our local products. We are very glad to see them again!
As an extra
The Soma sea gave us this shell as a X’mas present.
Beautiful, isn’t it ?
Proceedings of the 28th Prefectural Oversight Committee Meeting for Fukushima Health Management Survey was released.
1. Trees in the courtyard of the Fukushima Medical University (FMU) confirm that autumn is here.
2. The Fukushima Inari Shrine Festival is held annually in October over a 3-day weekend.
Twenty-three large lantern-packed floats wind their way through the
city center towards Inari Shrine.
Looking forward to tasting the new rice crop.
Here are several pictures of rice fields and corn stalks, growing very well. Fukushima is also famous for delicious peaches. The fresh, juicy peaches shown on our photos are from Tsukidate town.
Kibitan, and the rabbit, the mascots of Fukushima, welcome you!