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FUKUSHIMA, Japan, April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Fukushima Prefectural Government has released a new video showcasing today’s Fukushima, 10 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami, on its official YouTube channel, which conveys “charm” and “now” in the prefecture, and introduces its forward-looking attitude towards revitalization.

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Fukushima Today

10 years after the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami Fukushima Prefecture continues to move step by step toward recovery while getting a lot of support and encouragement at home and from abroad.

The video introduces today’s Fukushima as the prefecture continues to meet challenges with “Fukushima Pride” in mind.

To view the 10 Years from That Day – Fukushima Today 2021 – video, head to one of the following links:

English : https://youtu.be/R3SxkwITQcY
Korean: https://youtu.be/fsrpqwTpwtY
Traditional Chinese: https://youtu.be/kKM5ooHruRM
Simplified Chinese: https://youtu.be/TY4EPoEUtjo

The current situation of areas under evacuation orders after the nuclear power disaster, updates on air dose rates and the number of evacuees, as well as progress in infrastructure improvement all feature.

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So too does today’s agricultural, forestry and fisheries industries in Fukushima, which prioritize the safety, including trial coastal catches of marine products which have been confirmed as safe, and efforts to become the No. 1 in Japan in terms of obtaining GAP certification.

New technologies born out of the Fukushima Innovation Coast Framework also feature as does the Great East Japan Earthquake and Nuclear Disaster Memorial Museum which opened in September 2020.

The new video shows today’s Fukushima from various angles as the prefecture continues to move toward recovery.

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