Testimonials

We conducted video interviews of people who are struggling aftermath of the nuclear disaster, standing up and raising voices towards a sustainable, nuclear-free future, and those who have returned to Fukushima facing many challenges.
Some videos are available in multiple languages.

Testimonials

Konno Sumio, who evacuated from Namie Town in Fukushima Prefecture

“Almost no one is coming back to this district anymore,” says Mr. Konno standing in front of his former house, lo...
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Mr Sugeno Seiji, farming organically in Nihonmatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture

Mr Sugeno had farmed organically for over 30 years, placing great value on face-to-face connections directly with...
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The story of a mother returning to Fukushima, after several years in evacuation with her children

Soon after giving birth to her second child in 2011, this mother evacuated with her two young children to Kansai in western Japan. Yet, their life in evacuation was also full of struggles, including housing conditions and thoughtless comments from those around them.
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Fishermen in Fukushima

"From now, our worry is the problems for successors. If an unexpected fish (*an unexpectedly polluted fish) is foun...
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Mizue Kanno, Evacuee

Tsushima in Namie Town, Fukushima, where her home was, is even now designated as a "difficult to return" area. Three da...
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Kenichi Hasegawa, Former Dairy Farmer,

"The nuclear plant took everything..." Maeta district of Iitate Village, where temporary storage of contaminated soil still stands out. Mr. Hasagawa, a local leader at the time of the disaster, said, "We are just in the way of the Olympics. In the end, the radiation affected places like us are just in the way.
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