Kumamoto couple have hard time parting with son lost in earthquake

KUMAMOTO – Shinobu Yamato, 49, still can’t wash a pair of socks that her son, Hikaru, had left lying around before he was killed in the earthquakes that rocked Kumamoto Prefecture and its vicinity last April. “I feel like I can still feel my son …
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