April 11, 2011
A Visit to Japan's Nuclear Ghost Towns
Cordula Meyer, Der Spiegel
The house has been in Tsuneyasu Satoh's family for generations. It is dusk, and he has come to see it, secretly, one last time. He loves the interior walls made of rice paper and the wooden floor on which his ancestors once walked. But today he will be the last member of his family to set foot in the house.
TAGGED: Nuclear Energy, Japan