By SHOKO RIKIMARU/ Staff Writer
April 6, 2021 at 07:00 JST
Yoshio Satomi, right, director of the Genshiryoku Saigai Koshokan museum, speaks to visitors in Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, on March 12 in front of a display made of debris and personal possessions of the dead. The exhibit is intended to show how evacuees were forced to give up searching for missing people after the 2011 nuclear crisis unfolded. (Shoko Rikimaru)
IWAKI, Fukushima Prefecture--A hot spring inn here opened a museum about the Fukushima nuclear disaster to pass down lessons from the crisis and heal rifts that may have developed. [Read More]
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