For now, I'm fine, also Tokyo is safe, kind of normal even... My friend Kaie Murakami and his staff are working on a great way for all to help Japan. However, many things happens, so stay tuned for more information.
Then, there has been significant damage from the Tohoku Earthquake that took place on March 11th 2011 at 14:46 pm. There is so much information on the web and especially on twitter (as it was the only form of communication when telephones and web service was down) that needed to be organized in a usable, accurate, and real time way.
"SAVE JAPAN!" is a website that categorizes rescue and help call information by prefecture and by language, and is one of the main reference points for this information right now. They have 10 different language capabilities for foreigners living in Japan that are in need of information, and for families who are trying to locate loved ones.
SAVE JAPAN! > http://savejapan.simone-inc.com/language.html
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