Japan's powerful earthquake and tsunami in March caused huge devastation - now after two months, there's still the big job of clearing up...
Lots of heavy machinery has been brought in to remove the rubble.
And Japanese soldiers are also involved in the massive clear-up operation.
But once it's cleared there's another problem - where to put it all.
One way to get rid of some of the debris is burning it - that's what the local authorities in this town are doing.
Over the last week people, who lived near to the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant, have also been back to their homes for a short while.
It's the first time that they've been allowed back to check up on their homes and collect belongings. They also had to wear protective clothing.
Clearing up after the earthquake is a huge task and it's going to take a long time before it's all complete.