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Hiromi Tanoue

Chuo City, Japan
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About Hiromi
Hiromi Tanoue is a freelance video journalist, currently resides in Osaka, Japan. She's capable of producing video package from initial research to filming and editing as one-man band. She's available for any assignments including fixing and news production both inside and outside of Japan. Her reporting published at international media such as Reuters, AFP, Al Jazeera Plus, BBC Radio, and etc. She used to work as a full-time video journalist at AFPBB News, Japanese news website affiliated to AFP. Japanese Native and fluent in English.

Portfolio : www.hiromitanoue.com
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'Diving into the world of the dead' Reporting on two Japanese men who are looking for their missing families after the 2011 tsunami and earthquake.

Documented Japanese homeless dance group 'Newcomer “H” Sokerissa!'. Video and text in Japanese.

"Finding Beauty in What's Broken" Story of 'Kintsugi', Japanese art and philosophy of repairing broken pottery with lacquer mixed with powdered gold. Worked as Video Journalist.

Diving into the world of the dead

15 Jul 2015  |  bbc.co.uk
Two Japanese men, Yasuo Takamatsu and Masaaki Narita, regularly dive in Onagawa Bay, Miyagi Prefecture, searching for their loved ones lost in the 2011 tsunami. Despite the low likelihood of finding them, the search provides a sense of purpose. The tsunami's devastation left the town of Onagawa with over 5,000 buildings destroyed and nearly one in ten residents dead or missing. The article recounts the experiences of bank employees during the tsunami, including Yasuo's wife, Yuko, and Masaaki's daughter, Emi. The town has begun to rebuild, but for many, the emotional scars remain. The men's diving efforts are part of a broader struggle to cope with loss and find closure.

Outlook, The Japanese Village of the Dolls

06 Jan 2015  |  www.bbc.co.uk
Tsuki Ayano, after moving back to her home village of Nagoro in southern Japan from Osaka, began creating human-sized dolls to represent the dwindling population. Reporter Hiromi Tanoue visited Nagoro to meet Ayano and learn about her unique project.

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May 2018

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