Emotions

On a quest to find his missing daughter: You don’t need to speak Japanese in order to understand this man’s emotions.

Our thoughts go out to those who have been affected by this tragedy.

How can you help? Visit this informative Time Magazine Page.

Dr. Matsumoto’s judo club, East Bay Judo Institute, is also helping raise funds to send judo uniforms to children and adults who lost them in the disaster.

Find out how you can contribute by visiting their Facebook page.

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3 responses to “Emotions”

  1. Rob says:

    I was moved by the footage of this Japanese man looking for his daughter at Sendai airport and then hearing that she is alright. One little spark of happiness among so much deep sorrow.

  2. Keith D. says:

    Wow, that’s a lot of emotion for a Japanese person to show in public from what I understand, although maybe things have been changing in recent years (or maybe I’m just being a naive American lending too much weight to things I’ve only heard second-hand). In particular from Yoko’s mother, Emiko. This is probably a decent example of display rules in action.

    I’m so glad that their daughter was found alive and well. It’s really heart warming in such a tragedy where so many people have lost their lives.

  3. Russ Conte says:

    Very good piece. The emotions were clear to see and hear. Thanks for posting this. I like what Rob wrote – this is one little spark of happiness among so much deep sorrow.

    Russ Conte

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