There are many reasons you should visit Rikuzentakata, Japan. A city severely affected by the tsunami of 2011, this small, rural community in northeastern Japan is going through a transformation that should be seen, felt, and experienced.
What we offer is a unique set of opportunities: working with oyster fishermen, harvesting apples in local orchards, taking part in an exercise simulating the aftermath of a disaster, hearing stories first-hand, learning about what to do (and not to do) in a natural disaster, and much, much more.
This site shares stories. This site is about your experiences as well as ours. Be a part of our recovery. Take part in what it means to be resilient.