The Great East Japan Earthquake that occurred on March 11, 2011, brought enormous damage mainly to the coastal areas of the Tohoku region. As its name suggests, the Ishinomaki Oshika Peninsula, where many deers inhabit, suffered major damage from the tsunami. Not only did they lose their homes and ships due to flood damage, but also their businesses such as the fishing industry still stagnant since the earthquake. Many people were living in temporary housing, where the local community was gradually disappearing. Left with painful emotions, the people found it hard to see the future.