By KENYU MIYASHIIn the middle of the afternoon on Sunday, the sun rose in a white cloud, illuminating the sky over Hiroshima.
The city was still in darkness, but it was a very different sight from when I had first arrived.
The buildings I had seen from afar were still there, the lights still glowing.
Even the cars were standing.
But the buildings that were still standing were empty.
The street was empty.
It was as if the city had been rebuilt and then taken apart, its old streets and streetscapes demolished, its streetscaped to the ground.
The building of this city was destroyed.
But now, the city’s streetscape and its streetscape are not only being rebuilt, but the city itself is being rebuilt.
We need to be very careful.
We need to find out how to build this city in the same way that we did before, the way that the old city did before the war.
In an interview with the Japanese television channel TV Tokyo on Sunday morning, Katsuhiko Nakashima, the chief architect of the world’s second-largest city, said the city was not the same as before the tsunami.
The first wave of the tsunami struck in March 2011.
The damage was severe, he said, but Japan was able to rebuild.
The tsunami that hit the city of Tokyo in March of this year is estimated to have caused some ¥10 trillion in property losses and $4.3 trillion in economic damage.
The costs of rebuilding are estimated at between ¥4 trillion and ¥5 trillion.
The city’s infrastructure has been rebuilt.
But in its current state, it is not good.
“We need more time to learn how to rebuild,” he said.
Nakashima said he would have to make decisions about how to proceed from now on.
“But we need to make sure that we don’t let the city sink into a depression.
We have to rebuild it as a modern city.”
Katsuhiko Kojima is the Chief Architect of Tokyo, the country’s second largest city.
He was in Hiroshima during the initial tsunami, when the city suffered the most damage.
He said that while it was possible to rebuild, there was not enough time to do so.
The country is in the midst of a reconstruction effort to rebuild the countrys infrastructure, which are all of a piece.
Some 1.2 billion people are affected by the tsunami, and the rebuilding process will take up to three years.
In order to rebuild a city, the construction of streetscaping and street and park structures is a very long process.
The streetscape needs to be rebuilt, too.
And to make the streetscape work, it requires careful consideration of what materials can be used and the materials that can be recycled.
But what about the houses?
“The houses that are not completely destroyed are being renovated, but we have to be careful about how much time is enough,” Nakashimasays.
“The streetscape must be rebuilt in a very thorough way.”
We must be careful.
He says the citys streetscape and the streetscapers must be built in a thorough way.
And the houses that we see today are not being rebuilt well.
The number of homes that have been built in Hiroshima has been decreasing in recent years.
According to Nakashimi, only around one in every ten houses has been built since the earthquake.
He estimates that the city has not rebuilt enough houses in recent decades.
And then there are the roads.
Roads were destroyed in the earthquake and tsunami, but are being repaired.
But Nakashiman says that in the city, construction of roads is still ongoing, despite the destruction of buildings.
When it comes to the reconstruction of roads, the process of building roads is more complex than just laying roads and roadscapes.
Nakashime says the road network needs to undergo a lot of repairs.
And that means the roads that are being built today, the roads we are seeing today are very far away from the city.
It’s not clear how much further roads will be needed.
Nakas, the head of the Japanese National Institute of Land and Infrastructure, said that when the government is planning for rebuilding, it needs to know the infrastructure that is in place.
“The infrastructure that we need is already there, but there are some infrastructure requirements that are new,” he says.
“So it’s not enough to rebuild everything in one fell swoop.
We must carefully consider the new infrastructure that will be necessary, how to adapt it to the new conditions, and then how to use it.”
We must carefully examine the new equipment that is being used.
And then how we can use it.
So that we can have the infrastructure to continue to rebuild our city.
Nagisa Kawamura, the Chief Engineer of the Japan Meteorological Agency, told the broadcaster TV Tokyo that he hoped that the new generation of architects and