Here are some photos I took during my a month-long trip to Fukushima. After having traveled inside the areas which are still contaminated by radiations, I managed to stay with farmers who are living outside the so called "No-go area". Since March 2011 they lost about 30% of their income due the fear of the consumers to buy their products. Even if the soil was spread by the fall out of the nuclear accident, the low Cesium 137 level has been swept away by rains and by digging the surface. In some areas 20 cm dept soil was dig. The terrain has been stored in huge closed areas waiting to find a solution to decontaminate it from radionuclides
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