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English tour for the guests from US

Let’s Talk Foundation aims to pass on the learnings of the tsunami and connect people across the countries. Kayo, one of the participants of our monthly coaching session “Komo’s English class@Rikuzentakata” conducted an English tour for the 6 guests from the US on 18 October.

She showed  TAPIC 45 (a service station/rest area popular with tourists pre-disaster), Employment support apartment, Miracle pine tree and shared what happened on 11 March 2011. She also introduced the city’s recovery plan including the construction of the land elevation, new coastal dyke, and public restoration housing.

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The tour provided deep learning experience through telling both facts and thoughts of the residents. Kayo reminded us the experimental rule to protect one’s life by escaping to far and high place immediately.

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She also talked about the new city plan to be inclusive for children, elderlies, man, woman and foreigners. It would be great our guests feel like returning back to Rikuzentakata after several years and see how the city is rebuilt.

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Kayo, you have done a wonderful tour guide! We are proud of you. You had been preparing for the tour for 5 months by utilizing Komo’s English class@Rikuzentaka and her private time. Her English was so fluent and easy to understand. The tour content was well-designed. The volunteer members of the Foundation supported from planning and delivery. Especially, big thanks to Fujishima who helped Kayo from the planning. Thank you!

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Contents matters. And Passion matters. I believe her passion to convey a message drove her to make such efforts.

I am energized by her efforts too. It’s my honor to take a part of your journey toward the future.

Hiroko

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