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受入先_阿部一弘さん-s Interview with hosting fishing family for “Now, Here Project”

March 16, 2013

Interview with one of the hosting fishing families of the "Now, Here Project," Mr Abe Kazuhiro (49) from Fukkiura, Oshika Peninsuka, Ishinomaki, who is specialised in Oyster Farming!

ユウキ釣りをする図-s “Now, Here Project”: People need People – Providing Sustainable Support for Ishinomaki’s Fishing Industry

Peace Boat has recently launched the "Now, Here Project", inspired by the worldwide WWOOF movement.

01-s Current Activities – 2013

February 11, 2013

Peace Boat's Disaster Relief Volunteer Centre's ongoing projects in 2013.

01-s Peace Boat volunteers continue to support recovery from Hurricane Sandy

February 9, 2013

Peace Boat continues its support for populations affected by Hurricane Sandy in New York and New Jersey through the dispatch of two volunteers in 2013.

18-s 【Shinjuku】 Multicultural and Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Discussion City Walk (Part 2)

February 3, 2013

【Shinjuku】 Multicultural and Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Discussion City Walk (Part 2)

01-s Shinjuku Multicultural Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Discussion City Walk (Part 1)

Peace Boat jointly implemented the Multicultural and Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Discussion City Walk in Tokyo's Shinjuku Ward.

01-s The first six months – Peace Boat Center Ishinomaki

January 5, 2013

Report detailing events and activities held during the first six months of the Peace Boat Center Ishinomaki.

14-s1 Hurricane Sandy Relief Volunteer Project: Japanese Volunteers Supporting Disaster Victims in New York

December 12, 2012

Peace Boat is active in post Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, reciprocating the support extended to Japan from US citizens following the March 11 disaster.

01-s1 Event Report: Forum on creating a long-term support and recovery network for the Great East Japan Earthquake disaster areas

November 16, 2012

On October 17, with the cooperation of NGO/NPOs and corporate partners, Peace Boat hosted an event focused on creating a network to quickly and efficiently provide support after disasters in Japan.

01-s1 Case Study Training in Tokyo, Nov 25

November 13, 2012

Now recruiting students for Case study Training in Tokyo on November 25, 2012!

01-s1 Volunteer Interview – Anbai Yuhiro

October 31, 2012

Originally from Iwate Prefecture, Anbai Yuhiro currently volunteers in the Peace Boat Disaster Relief Volunteer Centre office in Tokyo.

07-s1 Ishinomaki Musical “A COMMON BEAT”

October 12, 2012

At the Peace Boat Centre Ishinomaki, people are now talking about rehearsals for a musical which is going to be performed in Miyagi in January 2013.

01-s1 Making commercials for the Onagawa “Chime of Hope” Shops

September 30, 2012

Peace Boat has been working with the local community, volunteers and other groups to create commercials of shops in the "The Chime of Hope Shopping Center."

04-s1 Northern Kyushu Flooding Relief Activity – Interview Report

September 1, 2012

Interview with Mizuno Masaya, head of the local Social Welfare Council, regarding cooperation with Peace Boat in relief activity for the flooding in northern Kyushu in July-Aug 2012.

19-s1 Ishinomaki Scenery Vol. 6 – Kawabiraki Festival

August 31, 2012

The biggest local festival, the "89th Ishinomaki Kawabiraki ("River Opening") Festival," was held in Ishinomaki on July 31 and August 1, 2012.

01-s1 Ishinomaki Tea party!

August 10, 2012

“Ocha-kko (tea parties)” which Peace Boat has been organizing as a space for communication in temporary housing throughout Ishinomaki.

07-s1 Growing sea squirts

August 9, 2012

Efforts to support the fishing community reviving their sea squirt farming.

01-s1 A day at the Peace Boat Center Ishinomaki

July 30, 2012

The Peace Boat Center Ishinomaki opened on June 2, and has welcomed over 1,000 people in the six weeks since.

03-s1 A New Project in Ishinomaki – Painting ‘Tairyo-ki’ on Containers!

July 23, 2012

A new voluntary project was launched in May in the Oshika Peninsula to paint fishing good luck symbols on storage containers.

01-s1 Oraho’s Machizukuri Oen (Support to revitalize our town)

July 21, 2012

The ”Oraho's Machizukuri Oen” programme held as part of the Ishinomaki volunteering experience offers a rich and intense 2 day program to see sides of Ishinomaki which cannot be experienced in other ways.

01-s1 Support for Expansion of Onagawa Temporary Shopping Avenue Completed!

July 13, 2012

Peace Boat's volunteer carpenters assist the Onagawa Temporary Shopping Avenue.

03-s1 HOPE for JAPAN 2011 Project

June 22, 2012

A group of young Peace Boat participants intiated a project to collect messages from around the world for Tohoku, which has just been published in a book called "Hope for Japan 2011."

Oshika peninsula is famous for oyster farming. My fishing village experience!

June 15, 2012

Interview with a participant in the experience and exchange programme launched in 2012 for interaction between volunteers and local fisherfolk.

11-s1 Making Accesories with Ogatsu Stone is “something to live for” – Funakoshi Ladies, Ogatsu

June 11, 2012

The 'Funakoshi Ladies' famously make and sell necklaces and cellphone straps made from the local specialty, Ogatsu Stone.

04-s1 Where is the Post Office?

April 23, 2012

Volunteers creating maps of the local area, bus schedules and information about services residents in temporary housing facilities.

Messages from around the world for the Ishinomaki Technical High School Baseball Team

April 6, 2012

Messages of support for the Ishinomaki Technical High School baseball team from the Ambassadors of Panama and Cuba to Japan, as well as former MLB player Bobby Valentine.

11-s1 Snow Shoveling Volunteer Report (Ojiya City, Niigata)

March 7, 2012

The achievements of 150 volunteers to shovel snow in 30 locations throughout Ojiya City, Niigata Prefecture.

07-s1 Staff Interview Takeda Nobuhiro and support for Fukushima

March 4, 2012

Interview with Peace Boat staff member Takeda Nobuhiro - member of the advance team to Ishinomaki and coordinating support for his home town Fukushima.

08-s1 Kato Tokiko live concert in Ishinomaki

February 15, 2012

A live performance was held by renowned singer Kato Tokiko in Ishinomaki.

03-s1 Announcing A New Project! “Experiencing Fishing in Ishinomaki -Harvesting Wakame Seaweed-”

February 7, 2012

The new project, “Volunteer Experience Fishing in Ishinomaki” mainly focuses on “exchange and experience,” rather than the provision of labour for the harvest.

01-s1 Gathering scallop shells for oyster cultivation

February 5, 2012

Volunteers are active helping to collect scallop shells to use for the cultivation of oysters to help the local fishing industry recover.

09-s1 Volunteer Carpenters at the Onagawa Container Village Shopping Centre

February 4, 2012

Volunteer carpenters work to build a wooden deck for the "Onagawa Container Village Shopping Centre.”

01-s1 Before Ringing in the New Year: “Kinkasan Support Project”

December 29, 2011

Located in the Pacific Ocean, the entire island of Kinkasan is considered to be sacred areas of Koganeyama Shrine. To once again enable people to visit the island comfortably, organizations belonging to the Ishinomaki Disaster Recovery Assistance Council gathered to implement the “Kinkasan Support Project” between December 19 and 23.

05-s1 2011 Fishing Support Report

December 27, 2011

Peace Boat activities to support the local fishing industry in the Ishinomaki area were carried out in 16 coastal locations in Ogatsu and the Oshika Peninsula, on 160 days in 2011.

recovery-s1 One Step Towards Recovery – Ties Between Survivors and Volunteers

December 26, 2011

The 24 minute documentary, "One Step Towards Recovery - Ties Between Survivors and Volunteers" is now available on line!

01-s Ishinomaki Scenery Part 4

December 24, 2011

Photographs of scenery in and around Ishinomaki, by Nakamura Mitsutoshi.

01-s A small connection through the Kizuna Newspaper

December 19, 2011

Blog photographer shares a personal episode meeting an elderly couple while distributing the Kizuna newspaper in Ishinomaki's temporary housing.

05-s To overcome the harsh winter – the “Kizuna Newspaper”

December 18, 2011

Since the Kizuna Newspaper was launched in October, it has received many compliments and thanks from residents, a result of all the efforts made by Peace Boat volunteers in Ishinomaki.

01-s Leader Training Participants’ Interviews

December 15, 2011

Interviews with participants in the first term of the “Disaster Relief Volunteer Leader Training,” November 5-11, 2011.

01-s Brought back by Pal System – Maruto Takahashi Tokuji Shoten’s “Ebishinjo”

December 8, 2011

Pal System Consumers Cooperative Union has been carrying out relief activities since soon after the disaster.

25-s Wakayama Typhoon No 12: Words from the Volunteer Coordinator

November 28, 2011

Peace Boat has just finished two months of emergency relief work in Wakayama Prefecture.

01-s To Restore the City of Fisheries: Aiding Factories

November 24, 2011

Many factories and industries affiliated with fisheries suffered serious damage in the tsunami, and relief to support the recovery of the fishing industry is now going on.

09-s Disaster Relief Volunteer Leader training first term finished!

November 18, 2011

The first term of the Disaster Volunteer Leader training took place in Ishinomaki from November 5-11, 2011.

01-s Volunteers making vegetable fields

November 17, 2011

The fishing industry assistance volunteers are now also helping to build vegetable plots on land.

KizunaNP_0061-s 6th Newspaper Published!

November 15, 2011

This newspaper has been handed since October 2 by hand to 4000 households at over 80 temporary housing areas in the area.

AD part 1-2-s-s Volunteer accommodation facility Assistant Director (AD)

November 14, 2011

Matsumura Junichi has been working long term as a volunteer in charge of one of the volunteer accommodation facilities - a vital aspect of Peace Boat's volunteer programme.

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