The "Reconstruction Piano", which was restored after being damaged by the tsunami in the Great East Japan Earthquake, is installed at Sendai Airport, and visitors are playing the sounds while thinking about the disaster.

Installed at Sendai Airport from the 1st is a piano that was damaged in a house in Shichigahama-cho, Miyagi Prefecture, which was damaged by the tsunami caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 12 years ago.

The piano was submerged in the tsunami, but after that it was pulled up by the Self-Defense Forces with heavy machinery and restored after being tuned.

However, the scratches from when it was lifted up and the keyboard that had been chipped by the tsunami were still there.

A woman in her 70s from Sendai City said, "I had heard about revival pianos, but when I saw the real thing for the first time and actually touched it, I thought it was wonderful that it produced a beautiful sound." was

A woman from Fukushima Prefecture who visited with her mother and child said, "It was fun playing with my child. I myself experienced the earthquake, so I would like to take this opportunity to pass it on to my daughter." was

This "reconstruction piano" is installed near the arrival lobby on the first floor of Sendai Airport until the 12th of this month, and anyone can play it.