The economic, political, and social consequences of the Triple Disaster have changed Japan in fundamental ways.
President Barack Obama, a native of Hawaii, was notified of the massive Japanese quake at 4 a.m.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has also offered help to Japan following the earthquake, Reuters reported. Japanese TV pictures showed the tsunami water carrying debris, including cars and trucks, as well as flames rising into the sky near the capital. Bullet train services in northern Japan were suspended, while transport services in Tokyo were halted. Earthquakes are extremely common in Japan, one of the most seismically active areas in the world, but this latest tremor was unusual because of its intensity.
It served as a warning that even developed, well-prepared countries are not immune from terrifying disasters.
He said the world was "shocked and saddened" by the images of the disaster, and offered whatever help the UN could provide. They will help support the work of the German Embassy, and will be ready to assist the Japanese if necessary.
According to the Japanese news agency Kyodo, the government reported that dozens of fires had broken out in the northeastern part of the country, with flames and black smoke rising from one oil refinery. It illustrated the extremely high economic costs of disasters occurring in developed countries and the vulnerabilities that come with urbanization and coastal settlement.
On Friday evening, the Japanese news agency Kyodo reported officials fear the death toll could rise to more than 1,000. It served as a wakeup call to the world that unanticipated disasters (or "black swans") happen and that those engaged in contingency planning need to be prepared for much more devastating disasters. Jun 12th 2009 - The practice of taking out information about natural disasters in japan have been off that island in days the. No other natural disaster in world history has caused as much damage and destruction as the earthquake and resulting tsunami, according to the Japan government. Trulia noted in its report that no metro area is at a high risk for all five types of natural disasters, but only a few cities face a medium or low risk for all five . In October 2012, the Japanese government and the World Bank co-hosted the Sendai Dialogue to highlight the lessons learned from the disasters and to adopt comprehensive guidance for reducing risk in other parts of the world.


The German government is already sending its first personnel to Japan, including four experts from the Agency for Technical Relief (THW) who are en route to Tokyo, the Foreign Ministry in Berlin stated. The Bank of Japan, meanwhile, has said it will do all it can to ensure stability in the financial markets after both the yen and the stock market fell in the wake of the earthquake. Japan’s legendary investment in earthquake-resistant design meant that only about 100 people died in the earthquake itself although almost 20,000 people lost their lives in the tsunami. To continue the learning of lessons from Japan for disaster risk management in Asia, we are organizing a day-long conference at Brookings on May 10, 2013 to examine the lessons from March 11, 2011, the challenges of disaster risk management in Asia and, more broadly, strategies for mainstreaming disaster risk management in development assistance. According to government spokesman Christoph Steegmans, Merkel wrote to Prime Minister Naoto Kan to express her dismay at the disaster, offering her sympathy to the families of the victims and wishing a speedy recovery for the injured. According to the Mirror, the Queen said in a message: "I was saddened to hear of the tragic loss of life caused by the earthquake which has struck northeast Japan today. It was the biggest earthquake to hit Japan in decades, and there have been numerous strong aftershocks which scientists say could last for weeks. We hope in a small way to contribute to continued learning from Japan’s tragedy and to prevent further tragedies resulting from similar disasters which occur elsewhere.
Other THW teams, meanwhile, are being mobilized and would be ready to go to Japan if help is requested. The world watched in awe as Japanese citizens who had lost everything, immediately sprung to help one another.
That seems a reasonable assessment given the fact that the domino effect is spreading world wide with shortages of parts manufactured in Japan.
Besides, the Japanese automakers like Toyota, Honda, Subaru and Nissan have shut down and evacuated multiple factories throughout the country. The Japanese government has declared an emergency after a nuclear power plant was damaged by Friday's massive earthquake. The uprooting of entire communities and the large infrastructural losses produced immediate disruptions in Japan’s extensive supply networks. Police are reporting the discovery of hundreds of bodies in the wake of the natural disaster that struck the northeastern part of the country. The economic destruction of the "Triple Disaster" was massive: 138,000 buildings were destroyed and $360 billion in economic losses were incurred.
Prince Philip joins me in extending our heartfelt sympathy to your Majesty and the people of Japan.


The dignity, creativity, and orderly response of the Japanese population to this mega disaster is indeed the best measure of Japan’s potential. This natural disaster has created many losses of lives as well as damages to a couple hundred of automobiles. Rescue efforts continued in shell-shocked Japan on Friday night following the country's devastating earthquake and tsunami. A large citizen movement calling for the abolition of nuclear power in Japan developed in the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster. Residents living within a 3 kilometer radius of the plant have been told to evacuate, Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano told a news conference. These in turn caused dramatic drops in industrial production that imposed a toll not only on Japan’s economy, but also on the many other countries linked through these production networks. While Japanese companies creatively restored the supply chains in just a few months, the shutdown of the nuclear reactors has had far more damaging long-term economic consequences.
Japan’s tragedy has also led to a re-energizing of investing in disaster risk reduction strategies.
Google gathers all the available information on the Internet, and puts it all in one place for residents to check through the tireless efforts of the Crisis Response team.
And a Japanese coast guard official says a search is under way for a ship carrying 80 dock workers that was swept away when the tsunami struck. He also noted that many people decided to stay in with their families after the disaster hit, as nobody knew what could come next and many stores, restaurants and shopping centers were closed. In order to either upload or download information, however there must be a repository or database in common for all users. Google establishes a new database when disaster strikes, and keeps the database available for quite some time after the event has passed.



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