Three years after a tremendous earthquake struck Japan, damage can still be found, but help came recently from Habitat for Humanity and Nissan volunteers.
Nissan Prince's Keiji Endo says recovery is finding a foothold in Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture, two years after disaster struck the coastal Japanese town.
Miyagi Prefectural Assemblyman Takashi Abe updates on the state of recovery in Higashi-Matsushima and all of Japan's Tohoku region two years after disaster hit.
Habitat for Humanity Japan and Nissan are helping to improve living conditions for earthquake and tsunami survivors in temporary housing complexes in Ofunato, northern Japan.
The Media Center interviewed Masaki Kobayashi, president of Nissan Prince Miyagi, three months after the 3/11 earthquake and tsunami devastated much of the Tohoku region. This week Kobayashi gave another interview, discussing progress made a year after the twin disasters.
Miyagi Governor Yoshihiro Murai keeps focus on Tohoku recovery efforts one year after the twin disasters of March 2011, looking to build a sustainable future for northeast Japan.