Otsuchi Recovery Fund
Our sister city is in crisis and in desperate need of help.
You can help by donating to the Otsuchi Relief Fund at Mendo Lake Credit Union. You may also mail your donation to PO box 1017, Fort Bragg, CA 95437
- Events are coming soon, stay tuned!
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Once the crew finished interviewing Satoko’s dad, they let me know that they would split up and one crew would film in town while the other would go to the festival and I could choose which one to go to. … Continue reading
Today is my last day in Otsuchi. I can’t believe it. I really don’t want to go. There’s a festival going on today and I know that Nana and Satoko’s moms, Satoko and Ami will be there so I hope … Continue reading
Now it was time to meet Sera Sasaki at Kiri-Kiri Elementary School. She came with her mom and her sister. They were all so nice and it was wonderful to finally meet Sera. She has done so much for us. … Continue reading
After saying goodbye to Ken-san, Sachiko and Akiko picked me up again. Akiko wanted to take me to her house and to Yamazaki-san’s house. Both are right near the train station. On the way there we passed Kiri-san’s house. Akiko’s … Continue reading
There are things that I’ve neglected to write about here because I’d talked about them with CBS filming. When I came to Otsuchi the first day and met Ken-san, we stood at the railing overlooking the town and I asked … Continue reading
The CBS crew is spending the day in Fudai today, so I have a free day. Fuki and Masa stayed behind to drive me into Otsuchi and bring me back home. There is temporary housing in Yamada, just north of … Continue reading
Sachiko just left and now it’s time for me to go back to the Elementary School and meet Draggan. We are going to the High School to meet with Ito-san and deliver the letters from the Fort Bragg students. I’m … Continue reading
When I left the temple I saw Sachiko riding her bicycle. She took me to Milky’s house, the Kotobuki Hotel, Cat’s Eye, Satoshi’s grandfather’s shop, the Jazz Bar and Su-san’s house. We also saw Fumitaka’s parent’s dentist office. I took … Continue reading