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Ken Buesseler pays his respects in front of Namiwake Jinja. The shrine was originally built on land that was spared during the Jogan tsunami of 869 A.D. Namiwake roughly translates as “split wave.”
Ken Buesseler pays his respects in front of Namiwake Jinja. The shrine was originally built on land that was spared during the Jogan tsunami of 869 A.D. Namiwake roughly translates as “split wave.” (Photo by Ken Kostel, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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