A tourist taking a photo in Rikuzentakata
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Tsunami tourists boost Japanese town's economy

Rikuzentakata, a small town in north east Japan, was almost wiped off the map by a huge tsunami two years ago.

The town is still struggling and many people remain displaced. But some say there is a ray of light - many tourists visiting the town in order to see the extent of the destruction, and are reviving the local economy .

Jonathan Wells reports.

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