Btw, I live in Kitaku Sapporo city. We have power, water and gas. We were fortunate enough to not lose water or gas at all.
It seems easy if everyone was very unprepared for this event.
Many older Japanese people must be struggling. It's quite sad to see so many on the streets trying to buy food at convenience stores.
We hope everything will be okay from here on out. Tremors are okay, but losing power again would be a pain in the A.
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