In 2011, the Great East Japan Earthquake struck Japan, which caused an explosion at a nuclear power plant.
Futaba Town, Fukushima Prefecture, is the town where the nuclear power plant is built.
All the townspeople have escaped from the town to avoid radioactive contamination. They still can't go home.
Futaba Town and several universities are currently collaborating to create recorded photographs to convey to people worldwide the memories of this tragic accident and how people worldwide have supported the victims. We are promoting a project to build a collected digital archive.
Through this project, the recorded photographs and materials of Futaba Town were exhibited at the National Museum of Taiwan History.
In this project, it is essential to add various keywords to digital archive photos in languages worldwide.
There are two recorded photographs.
One is a photo of the support and encouragement items given from inside and outside Japan.
The other is a recorded photograph of schools and shelters spent by the townspeople on the night of March 11, 2011, when the Great Earthquake struck.
By all means, add many keywords to your photos in the language you always use or are familiar with them.
Keywords given in many languages will be keywords for people worldwide to search for records of the Great Earthquake when the Futaba Town Earthquake Archive is established in the future.