A sea of terror caught lorries, ships and even fires unaware, leaving behind a country in turmoil.
This is the biggest natural disaster to hit in the history of Japan. Countries (including Britain an America) have declared support for Japan, as the country struggles to cope with the ever-pressing problems.
Supplies, people and sanity are in high demand across the affected places in Japan. The people left alive are stocking up with demands as food shortages begin to hit the already-devastated country.
The government is, however, optimistic about things getting better.