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Photo Series Of Fukushima Disaster Victims Returning Home - Neatorama

14 Emotional Pics Reveal Former Fukushima Residents Returning Home To Eerie Ghost Town

Fukushima No Go Zone – Des anciens habitants posent dans les villes dévastées (image)

Fukushima No Go Zone – Des anciens habitants posent dans les villes dévastées (image)

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Photographers Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bression traveled to the Japanese city of Fukushima, victim of a huge nuclear accident on that forced the inhabi

Des Victimes de la Catastrophe nucléaire de Fukushima retournent dans leurs Maisons abandonnées (14)

Des Victimes de la Catastrophe nucléaire de Fukushima retournent dans leurs Maisons abandonnées

Chiaki Watanabe est mise en scène dans une librairie de Namie.

Fukushima, le désamour

Fukushima, City

In some places in the nuclear exclusion zone, many homes and businesses remain standing, heartbreaking reminders of the lives people left behind when they fled. Another street corner. The vending machines are still stocked.

Mauvais rêves ? – A photography project in Fukushima #Photography

Mauvais Rêves ? – A Photography Project in Fukushima

The series "Mauvais rêves ?) was created by two French photographers from the collective, Carlos Ayesta and Guillaume Bression

"For different reasons, the Japanese government is putting a lot of effort to convince people to go back there. But most of the area has been closed for almost five years now and as long as the time goes by, it is more and more difficult for them to come back," he said.

Haunting photos show the residents who dared to go back to a ghost town created by nuclear disaster Fukushima

Fukushima, Japan

The passing of five years shows as vegetation and the elements begin to take their toll on homes and businesses inside the deserted exclusion zone close to the devastated Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in Okuma, Japan.

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