At that time, I was walking on a street in Tokyo and suddenly felt dizzy. After seconds, I found that it was not me but the earth which was shaking. I stopped for a while on the street as most people and cars around me were doing. As far as I saw on the way home, there were no damages on any buildings, roads, signboards and people, except for lots of fallen goods on the shelves in each store. This picture, taken one hour after the shock from my home, shows that all the houses and buildings are standing still as usual. We in Tokyo had little DIRECT damage from the temblor while some cities in the north east part of Japan were critically collapsed mainly from Tsunami. You must have watched some of the videos. They are as shocking and scary as the collapsing WTC building. However, the Tsunami has gone and no more people will be killed by it for now. The damaged highway has already been recovered and all other things are getting better except for one thing. It is of course the crushed nuclear plant. I believe that the radiation is not on a dangerous level for now, but it might be in the future even in Tokyo. If the plant were successfully sealed in the next few months, it has to be quarantined and cared FOREVER. It is really a negative heritage for Japan. Japan's economy had been in a slump for years even before 311 mainly because of the decreasing population. It was like rolling down on a long slope, and which I am worrying about is that we stumble on this disaster and fell down forever. Donation is a help, but it's temporary. Which I hope you foreigners is to act as usual as possible; You don't have to evacuate from Japan and you don't have to avoid things made in Japan. Most cities in Japan are still safe and comfortable with less visitors. Japanese food is still delicious and safe. Please don't have a polluted image to Japan and Japanese things.