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3:0 - 2011 Japan Tsunami: Onagawa [stabilized with Deshaker]
Загружено 23 сентября 2017
To remember the disaster that happened two years ago, I made another stabilized version of the Onagawa tsunami footage, this time with Deshaker. (...
1:44:15 - Onagawa Tsunami Aftermath (March 23, 2011).mp4
Загружено 16 сентября 2015
This is a long video I took of most of the destroyed part of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture, on March 23, 2011. I was there and experienced the earthquake and witnessed the tsunami which destroyed most of the town. I took this video showing what was left during the week of the elementary school graduation ceremony. This is very raw footage, and some of my explanations are somewhat unclear, as I was dealing with a lack of many basic supplies over the past couple of weeks. I also had a bad cough at the time of th
3:0 - New Tsunami Video: Onagawa engulfed by high water - Japan Earthquake 2011 [stabilized]
Загружено 23 апреля 2013
[Update - March 11, 2013] The new version is available: >This video was shot from a building in the port of Onagawa, Miyagi Prefecture on March 11, 2011. The cameraman (Yoshinori Hara) escaped on to the rooftop, but the high water of tsunami engulfed the whole town, and even four-story buildings got under water. At 1:47, he uttered an angry groan: "Bloody hell, it's more than 10 meter high!". (Later reports suggest that the tsunami was more than 17 meter h
8:4 - ONAGAWA tsunami 女川町 津波 20100228
Загружено 29 января 2013
3:0 - Onagawa City submerged in Tsunami #2
Загружено 29 января 2013
4:19 - 女川町 津波 Tsunami Field Survey Japan of buildings in Onagawa
Загружено 10 января 2012
Video of a survey of overturned buildings in Onagawa (Miyaki-ken, Japan) after the 11th of March 2011 tsunami, for a colleague at the University of Otawa (Canada)
9:7 - Tsunami Survey in Japan (Onagawa) after the 11 March 2011 Tsunami 宮城県津波調査女川
Загружено 10 января 2012
Field Survey of the Tsunami Damage in Miyagi (Japan) after the 11th of March 2011 Tohoku Tsunami. This is Day 2 of the Field Trip, carried out on the 25th of March by members of Waseda University, Japan. Note that all the heights given refer to the highest measured tsunami inundation height at each location, unless otherwise noted

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