Go Nagai Reacts To Earthquake That Ravaged His Hometown & Go Nagai Wonderland Museum

Go Nagai

In the wake of the recent earthquake that caused significant damage to Wajima City, including the Go Nagai Wonderland Museum, manga creator Go Nagai expressed his shock and heartbreak over the devastation in a statement put out on Jan 10, 2023, emphasizing the stark contrast between current images of his hometown and the cherished memories engraved in his mind.

Go Nagai

The earthquake, which also affected the Go Nagai Wonderland Museum in Wajima, garnered an outpouring of concern and support from fans and well-wishers. Nagai took this opportunity to convey his heartfelt gratitude for the warm words and expressions of concern he has received.

While acknowledging the potential loss of exhibits in the museum, Nagai stated, “However, as a currently active manga artist, even if things were lost, I believe I can draw and create as much as needed. That, in itself, is not a significant issue“.

His primary concern was the well-being of all those affected by the earthquake, not only in Wajima but in various places.

Right now, my primary concern is for everyone affected by the disaster in various places, including Wajima, to be able to return to their normal lives as soon as possible. I hope to contribute in any way I can.
With ongoing aftershocks and unpredictable situations, it may be challenging to think about the future at the moment. However, let’s persevere and overcome these difficulties together!

Go Nagai's reaction to earthquake

It was previously revealed that “Go Nagai Wonderland Museum” in Kawaimachi, Wajima City, has fallen victim to a massive fire that erupted following a powerful 7.6 magnitude earthquake that struck Ishikawa Prefecture on Jan 1.

Source: Twitter

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