Obama Visits Japan Embassy, Says America is 'Heartbroken' Over Tragedy.
During his visit, Obama signed a condolence book.
In the book, he wrote:
"My heart goes out to the people of Japan during this enormous tragedy. Please know that America will always stand by one of its greatest allies during this time of need.
Because of the strength and wisdom of its people, we know that Japan will recover, and indeed will emerge stronger than ever.
And as it recovers, the memory of those who have been lost will remain in our hearts, and will serve only to strengthen the relationship between our two countries. May God bless the people of Japan."
Obama also told reporters that he offered sympathy for the lives lost and those who are now displaced.
Obama said with he was "confident" Japan will rebuild and praised its "strong" and "dedicated people."
"We are so grateful to the president and the people of the United States," said Abassador of Japan Ichiro Fujisake.