Author: Christa Desrets
March 11, 2011, is a day the world will never forget. Five years after the Great East Japan Earthquake hit the Tohoku region that day, experts came together for a conference organized by Sasakawa USA and the U.S.-Japan Council to reflect on the triple disaster and discuss lessons learned. On March 8, the two organizations
Categories: In the News
The United States and Japan: Reassessing 3-11, a conference co-hosted Tuesday by Sasakawa USA and the U.S.-Japan Council, was featured in a segment that aired March 9 on NHK News. The segment features the Hon. John Roos, former U.S. Ambassador to Japan during the crisis, and the Hon. Goshi Hosono, the former Minister for the Restoration from and Prevention of Nuclear Accidents, who both spoke at the event.
Date: March 8, 2016
To commemorate the fifth anniversary of the “3-11” triple disaster now known as the Great East Japan Earthquake, Sasakawa USA in coordination with the U.S.-Japan Council hosted a discussion on the disaster and the joint response to it.
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