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Tokyo, April 20 2011 -.(eng )Yoshiyuki Sakamoto, 38, is pictured with his bicycle in front of the Tokyo Budokan, shelter for earthquake and nuclear refugees..Yoshiyuki lost his job as a milk delivery man in Iwaki, a few days after the quake. Without income and electricty in his house, pushed by the fear of radioactivity, he rode his bike  to Tokyo, 350km away, for a 15 hours journey..4 days later, when the shelter is closed, he will be back to Iwaki, by bike..Yoshiyuki doesn't want to go back but cannot afford everyday fees in a public housing unit...(fr) Yoshiyuki Sakamoto, 38 ans, pose avec son vélo devant le Tokyo Budokan, centre d'accueil pour réfugiés du seisme et de la centrale de Fukushima. Yoshiyuki a perdu son emploi de livreur de lait a Iwaki quelques jours après le tsunami. Sans revenu, sans electricte chez lui, pousse par la peur de la radioactivite, il a fui vers Tokyo en vélo, parcourant les 350km en 15h avant d'arrriver au Tokyo Budokan. Quatre jours plus tard, quand le centre fermera, il repartira vers le nord, contre son gré. Il espère y retrouver son emploi. Sans économies ni allocation chomage, il n'a pas souhaité postuler pour un HLM de la ville de Tokyo ou pour un place à l'hotel puisqu'il n'a pas les moyens de payer les dépenses courantes.

Tokyo, April 20 2011 -.(eng )Yoshiyuki Sakamoto, 38, is pictured with his bicycle in front of the Tokyo Budokan, shelter for earthquake and nuclear refugees..Yoshiyuki lost his job as a milk delivery man in Iwaki, a few days after the quake. Without income and electricty in his house, pushed by the fear of radioactivity, he rode his bike to Tokyo, 350km away, for a 15 hours journey..4 days later, when the shelter is closed, he will be back to Iwaki, by bike..Yoshiyuki doesn't want to go back...
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