Northeastern Japan Gets Help from American Voluntourists
Destination & Tourism | October 18, 2011
While northeastern Japan still experiences some aftermath of the unprecedented earthquake and tsunami in March, international relief has been touching Japan’s most needed communities. As six months have passed, among those who have been giving hands to the tsunami affected communities are American tourists.
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