Ryuichi Sakamoto says quake and tsunami changed Japan

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Japan has just marked the first anniversary of last year's devastating earthquake and tsunami.

Nearly 16,000 people lost their lives as whole towns were wiped out.

Among those gathered to remember the people killed in the tsunami was the musician Ryuichi Sakamoto.

The BBC's Mariko Oi asked him if the disaster had had a lasting affect on his country.

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