“My father and I were discussing how people treat each other these days and we felt it was important that we extend our hand in hopes that a person or family would accept a hand up and come live with us in Florida, USA. We are committed to have a few people share our home… Continue reading A possible temporary home for disaster victims in Florida
Think tank Daiichi Institute Co., Ltd.（株式会社第一総合研究所）opened a website on March 19, 2011 called 震災ホームステイ(Shinsai Homestay; literally, Disaster Homestay, but meaning Homestay for Disaster Victims. http://www.shinsai-homestay.jp/ The site coordinates information about the availability of vacant houses and vacant rooms that are being made available to disaster victims who are looking for temporary housing. The houses and… Continue reading Shinsai Homestay Matching Site 震災ホームステイ
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http://edition.cnn.com/video/#/video/world/2011/03/17/cnnheroes.henderson.japan.cnn?iref=allsearch Video on Tom Henderson’s disaster relief group, ShelterBox, is providing aid to survivors of the Japan earthquake and tsunami. edition.cnn.com ShelterBox http://www.shelterbox.org/deployment_details.php?id=150
This is an information about housing for free in Nagano prefecture and Aomori prefecture. The websites are in Japanese. http://www.pref.aomori.lg.jp/koho/disaster_life.html http://www.pref.nagano.lg.jp/jyuutaku/jyuutaku/index.htm 生活関連情報（東北地方太平洋沖地震関係） – 青森県庁ホームページ http://www.pref.aomori.lg.jp