Countermeasures must be updated to reflect new discoveries, including the risks of an unknown megathrust earthquake in Kanto that could trigger a giant tsunami.
As the treated water release started TEPCO said it would monitor with the utmost sense of care, while China announced a ban on all Japanese seafood...
100 years after the Great Kanto Earthquake, we must draw lessons not just from that one disaster but from the "Major Earthquakes of the Showa Era."
The treated water release was decided after confirming the "safety, reputational damage measures, and continued support" from TEPCO., said PM Fumio Kishida.
How should people remember the disaster? Nonprofits like 3.11 Memorial Network are helping Tohoku communities convey the lessons and history of March 11, 2011.
The manga museum became a temporary shelter when Tohoku was hit by the tsunami. Then, once the waters receded, the museum helped rebuild a devastated community.
One month after the devastating earthquake, Syria is not getting as much help as Turkey. A civil war makes it unreachable by international aid organizations.
In the wake of the Tohoku earthquake, Richard Halberstadt chose to stay in Ishinomaki. Today, he continues to share the city's story of survival and hope.
News footage from the earthquake disaster sites shows it is private organizations that are playing a prominent role in the rescue and recovery efforts.
The damage caused by the earthquake in Turkey continues to spread. In a race against time, nations must unite to save as many lives as possible.
A Japanese research team say a Nankai Trough megaquake is likely to be followed by other megaquakes. That means the public must be extra prepared.
The risk of a complex disaster, as what happened 100 years ago in the Great Kanto Earthquake, is extremely high in Japan today.