Kit Miyamoto Field Journals

Mark Broughton and I entered a large, three-story, red-tagged concrete apartment building. A red tag means “no entry.”

Photo: Fishermen from the village of Ofunato Sendai, Japan (March 22, 2011) – Dr. Kit Miyamoto, the CEO of Miyamoto International, a global earthquake and structural engineering firm, reports on his experiencesin...

Photo: Kesen-numa, a once-vibrant community, sits in devastation from the ravaging tsunami Sendai, Japan (March 18, 2011) – Dr. Kit Miyamoto, the CEO of Miyamoto International, a global earthquake and structural engineering...

I pick up a fragment of a small shell from a sandy beach. This brings back memories from 30 years ago, when I camped here. It was a sunny and warm...

Tokyo, Japan (March 14, 2011) – Dr. Kit Miyamoto, the CEO of Miyamoto International, a global earthquake and structural engineering firm, reports on his experience on the 3rd day after the earthquake...

Tokyo, Japan (March 11, 2011) - Dr. Kit Miyamoto reports, “I was in the train near Ikebukuro station when the train suddenly stopped with a loud creaking noise at 2:55 pm...