Resident supplies to Takeo Saga who suffered from a heavy rain in western Japan August 31 4:34
Residents from Saka-cho, Hiroshima Prefecture, sent to disaster-stricken areas in western Japan last year, to help Takeo City, Saga Prefecture, which was severely damaged by record heavy rain.
In the Oyaura district of Sakamachi, Hiroshima, where 15 people were killed by heavy rain in western Japan, residents brought towels on the 30th to support Takeo City, Saga Prefecture.
Then, I gave messages to encourage the affected areas, such as “Saga Ganbare” or “I support you from Oyaura” on the prepared paper, so I put them in a box with a towel.
The collected towels will be delivered to the Disaster Volunteer Center in Takeo City on the 31st along with the scoops and unicycles used during heavy rain last year.
Kyoko Shibashi, who called for support, said, “Since we were helped by many people in and outside of the prefecture last year, we decided to send back towels and decided to send towels. I want you to endure it somehow. "