With the tsunami of bikini-clad women, beachgoers, and bikini-shops all over the world, you’d think the world’s beaches would be deserted.
But what if there’s a tsunami that hits your neighborhood, too?
That’s exactly what happens when a tsunami hits an island.
Here’s how to prevent the tsunami from hitting your home and your community.
The Japanese tsunami hits Fukushima Daiichi in 2011, causing an earthquake that killed at least 11,000 people and left more than 30,000 homeless.
The tsunami also destroyed Japan’s nuclear power plants.
The Fukushima disaster has been a major public health problem for years.
The Japan Meteorological Agency estimates that the disaster cost the country about $1.4 trillion in lost income, lost tax revenue, and lost economic activity.
Since the tsunami hit Fukushima, there has been an unprecedented wave of beach-front closures in Japan.
The most famous tsunami in history, the 2011 tsunami struck Fukushima at a time when the island was being inundated by a massive tsunami and a tsunami warning system was being put in place.
The Japanese government announced it would be closing beaches for the duration of the tsunami, but it was just the beginning of the closures.
In fact, the tsunami has left the country’s beaches completely devoid of any life whatsoever.
At one point, there were only about 4,500 people living on the islands of Kure, Nagasaki, and Okinawa, which are the closest islands to the Japanese mainland.
In addition, about 60 percent of the island is under water.
As of March 2018, the Japanese government estimated that about 2,400 homes and other structures were in need of reconstruction.
In total, the country lost an estimated $2 billion dollars from the tsunami.
The total cost of the Fukushima disaster, according to the government, was about $16 billion.
The tsunami is one of the deadliest natural disasters in the history of mankind.
It killed more than 2,000 and left tens of thousands of people homeless.
According to the World Health Organization, at least 12,000 died in the tsunami and the surrounding areas.
But according to researchers, the true toll of the disaster could be much higher.
They say that there could be as many as 10,000 additional fatalities.
While the exact number of dead may never be known, the damage to Fukushima has been devastating.
Many of the damaged homes have not been rebuilt, and the damaged buildings are being left to crumble.
In April 2018, a new tsunami warning was issued for the Fukushima region.
The warning has since been lifted, but the region is still under severe flood warnings.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a person living on a beach in Japan is 10 times more likely to die from exposure to a radiation-related health condition than one who lives in a house.
The American Medical Association says that the risk of a tsunami hitting a home is approximately 10 times higher than that of an earthquake.
There is also a very real possibility that the tsunami could affect the safety of medical personnel, which is why many doctors are opting to stay home.