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    Posted March 6, 2012 by
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Japan one year later: What’s changed?

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    Thank You, Japan Rising Again


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     AllanCook says as the one year anniversary of Japan's tsunami disaster nears, posters of thank you are starting to appear around Japan. AllanCook thinks these posters portray a sense of friendship, "I thought they were great to see and of all the many messages that could have been shown the simple 'Thank You' really makes a strong and meaningful impact," he says.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    Thank you for your support. A year on and those are the words that Japan want the world and all those that venture here to know.

    Today in Tokyo Akihabara district home to Maid Cafes, Hi-tech and a sea of foreigner’s eager to head back to Japan after its terrible 2011 and in every direction those words are echoed.

    Without a doubt the world has not forgotten about the tragedy that befell Japan, and clearly Japan has not forgotten about the support from throughout the world!
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