Thank you for your messages about Typhoon No. 10. Now, we stay in Ayanosato. The Kashiwanomichi, the road where we can go in and out by car, has caved in. In addition, the road of the former site of a shrine has become a sandy place, so we can’t use the cars carrying rescue kitchen, mechanical equipment and materials.
The house and shed of Ayanosato were not flooded.
Therefore, if you give or sell surplus soil at a low price, could you tell us that?
If we can use our cars, we’ll start distribution of food and other support activities at Shimizu town, Memuro town and Shintoku town in Hokkaido.