El fotógrafo argentino Alejandro Chaskielberg visitó Japon a principios de este año para capturar los restos de la ciudad de Otsuchi devastada hace tres años por la fuerza devastadora de un Tsunami.
In Otsuchi, Japan, women from three generations of a family sit in the former bathroom of their house, which was destroyed by the 2011 tsunami
A waterlogged family album that was lost for two years.
The remains of two houses in Otsuchi.
Fishing nets and several objects that were destroyed by the tsunami.
Mrs. Oikawa Shiyuko sits among the remains of what was once her home.
A family sits where their house stood before the tsunami.
Two young men sit next to a railroad bridge that was destroyed by the earthquake and the tsunami.
A photograph that had been swept away.
The bathroom of a house that was destroyed, next to the new Otsuchi town hall.
Otsuchi’s firefighters on the site of the former fire station.
A group of seafood-industry workers sit on fishing buoys that had been swept away