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Rias Ark Museum of Art, Kesennuma
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  • I went to see the East Japan earthquake recording exhibit. I liked the exhibits seek representation with the desire to convey attitude. Huge photos and captions, damaged and its story. Amazement and wonder and look properly takes time, but it's because of power exhibition. What to learn from the past and turn.
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  • It is stopped when visited by volunteers in Miyagi Prefecture Museum of fine arts. Cycling on the first floor as the scars of the earthquake, the tsunami swept and stuffed animals and exhibits, illustrates the enormity of the damage. It was in being without any, and a quiet or a extra BGM appreciation could rather recognizable magnitude of earthquake damage.
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  • I visited almost 20 years Buri. Leave the storage area from the original Museum, so memory of this disaster was exhibited. But the show, cut it! I was made to feel admiration. It is a place many people want you to visit.
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