Empty plains that were once Japan's Yuriage - with wooden stakes in the foreground.
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Japan's tsunami-hit Yuriage, a year after it was devastated

A year on from the huge earthquake shook the seabed 40 miles off the coast of Japan, the country is still struggling to deal with the consequences.

Some 15,000 people were killed in the tsunami that followed, with thousands more still unaccounted for.

Damian Grammaticas travelled to Yuriage on Japan's east coast to speak to a family who were caught up in the disaster.

  • 08 Mar 2012
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