Japan six months after tsunami

Six months on from the 11 March earthquake and tsunami that devastated parts of Japan and left more than 20,000 people dead or missing, photographer Jake Price returned to the country he visited in the aftermath of the disaster.

On his return he finds towns like Yuriage that are now little more than mountains of debris and farmers attempting to reclaim their land and lives.

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Slideshow photography and audio by Jake Price. Publication date 9 September 2011.

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Pictures from Japan

One month after the tsunami

BBC Special report on the Japan earthquake

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