Japan’s ‘Bosai Girls’ bring fashion to disaster relief

The earthquake on March 11, 2011, was the largest ever to hit Japan. A tsunami with 30-foot waves followed; nearly 20,000 people died, and 2,500 were never found. “Before 2011, I had never thought about disaster prevention deeply,” Tanaka, 29, wrote in an …
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