Wednesday, March 23, 2011

March 19 (Saturday): Today’s supplying of food in Sendai

After the earthquake, Foodbank Tohoku AGAIN is feeding people in its vicinity twice a day in front of its office.

Today, 1,360 onigiri were made.

Seventy-three people came to the feeding during noon, and 43 came in the evening.

Fewer and fewer people are coming everyday.

Within the city, distribution is recovering. But the long lines at supermarkets and convenience stores make it quite hard to get items.

It’s really tough when it snows.

Each person is limited to 10 items. You may not be able to buy something even if you have money.

1 comment:

  1. There are so many tiny little villages / settlements on the Sanriku. Has the SDF been able to check them all for survivors.
    I went there a couple of years ago for a holiday. It's so beautiful, but so many places are so isolated.

    Thank you for what you are doing.