OTAMA VILLAGE, FUKUSHIMA: Toshinori and Keiko at a cemetery. ONE FAMILY’S five-year struggle to overcome the Fukushima disaster by living in the radiation zone have been documented in a poignant photo-report. The Sanpei family of Otama Village, just 40-miles from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, have battled to keep their dairy farm preserved and defend their way of life against radioactive leaks. The images, the latest of which were taken just this month, eventually show Toshinori and Keiko once again standing in front of a healthy-looking herd. The “Black Rain” photo-project was created by To

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OTAMA VILLAGE, FUKUSHIMA: Toshinori and Keiko at a cemetery. ONE FAMILY’S five-year struggle to overcome the Fukushima disaster by living in the radiation zone have been documented in a poignant photo-report. The Sanpei family of Otama Village, just 40-miles from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, have battled to keep their dairy farm preserved and defend their way of life against radioactive leaks. The images, the latest of which were taken just this month, eventually show Toshinori and Keiko once again standing in front of a healthy-looking herd. The “Black Rain” photo-project was created by To
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OTAMA VILLAGE, FUKUSHIMA: Toshinori and Keiko at a cemetery. ONE FAMILY’S five-year struggle to overcome the Fukushima disaster by living in the radiation zone have been documented in a poignant photo-report. The Sanpei family of Otama Village, just 40-miles from the Fukushima nuclear disaster, have battled to keep their dairy farm preserved and defend their way of life against radioactive leaks. The images, the latest of which were taken just this month, eventually show Toshinori and Keiko once again standing in front of a healthy-looking herd. The “Black Rain” photo-project was created by Tokyo photo-journalist Soichiro Koriyama (44).

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