DAIICHI : Japan in quest to sidestep nuclear

After the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011, which was followed by a tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear power accident, Katsuichi Kato wanted to save his town. A hamlet tucked away in fern- and forest-covered hills, Tsuchiyu was dependent on tourism …
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