Tokyo...in the shadow of Fukushima
Shoppers and farmers at a makeshift market in central Tokyo. Photo/Louis Templado
In this View from Here, reporter Craig Dale discovers a makeshift food market in central Tokyo.
It cropped up after the earthquake, created by farmers who've been rejected by their regular wholesalers because they're too close to the damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant.
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