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Fukushima, the nuclear refugees

Tokyo, April 29 2011 - The Akasaka Prince Hotel, built in 1982 by the architect Kenzo Tange, was supposed to be demolished in March 2011 after having received politician and industrial elites, nuclear included, during the bubble. It is finally used as a shelter for nuclear refugees from Fukushima during two months, until June 2011. But a lot of refugees prefered to look for another sustainable housing.

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Tokyo, April 29 2011 - The Akasaka Prince Hotel, built in 1982 by the architect Kenzo Tange, was supposed to be demolished in March 2011 after having received politician and industrial elites, nuclear included, during the bubble.  It is finally used as a shelter for nuclear refugees from Fukushima during two months, until June 2011. But a lot of refugees prefered to look for another sustainable housing.