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We are passing on our sewage treatment expertise and experience to the world.
Study to make someone happy and smile.
Thought that a music teacher can do something, too
Establish and Practice the Sociology of Happiness
Every resident is a specialist of the town
I always thought that Kobe can achieve its full potential.
I hope Sumasui becomes a part of everyone's life
“Ensure as much water from as close sources as possible”
Kobe City has traditionally accepted new things and cast them into new shapes, and has had the power to change structures.
I believe that providing support is my mission as a Kobe City official.
I realized there were human feelings beyond numerical measurements and calculations.
Learning something new is fun. So everyone should join the team.
“I want to be of assistance by first listening carefully to people in the affected area.”
Mutual help in the soccer community has spread to other communities.
The process of disaster recovery in the true sense will probably be never-ending.
I would hate to have a life of waiting for weekends. Every day's Sunday!
Disaster prevention education spreads from Kobe to the World
The disaster revealed problems that had been concealed in society and were invisible to us.
In the past, I thought I was quite helpless to do anything.
Making a disaster prevention base where children remember it with happy memories.
Reviewing the size of towns for the future after recovery from the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake
A community where children will feel like returning after coming of age
A chain of reconstruction: making use of the disaster experiences of individuals in the next disaster recovery
We are “kept alive.”
Building good relationships between visitors and the public bathhouse owner, both of whom give thanks pleasantly to each other.
Build "friend-of-a-friend" relationships among residents.
With the earthquake disaster, I now had a great sense of appreciation for being able to play golf.
What is important is to continue.
We couldn’t change the situation by sitting in the evacuation center.
If the shopping street is able to be cheered up, the local community will also be revitalized.
I was an absolutely brainless idiot at that time.
Share in the process of thinking about and acquiring an understanding of what it means to "live" in a beach house.
I want to plant trees in the hearts of the children.
We are always in the pre-disaster state, not the post-disaster state.
One of the keys to achieving recovery is to have a sense of fun.
If they find their own special role, people will shine.
Since I survived the disaster, I have to become a novelist at any cost.
The word “Ikumen” refers to men who watch over children
What can I do as a person who was not a victim of the earthquake?
Thinking about death to live more resiliently: Communicating the preciousness of life through art
“Shinsai Mirai no Hana” project for sharing earthquake recollections.
Do your utmost to make your town a happy place.
What is important is to think for yourself.
Do you know the wisdom that can save lives?
I want my work to reach deeply into people’s hearts.
Marking the 20th anniversary of the earthquake in Kobe and our family
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