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4 years on, living on the border of the no-go zone at Fukushima.

Kawauchi Village, Fukushima prefecture, March 2 2015 - Hiroshi Nishimaki lives in Kawauchi village, 24km away from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, in an area where the level of radioactivity is low (around 0.12microSv/hour). But 4 years have past since the accident and only half of the former residents returned home.
Mr Nishimaki riding his bike, the reason why he settled dow from Tokyo to Kawauchi prefecture. He is not affraid of radiactivity, as he is 57 and consider that he is already too old to risk anything.

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Kawauchi Village, Fukushima prefecture, March 2 2015 - Hiroshi Nishimaki lives in Kawauchi village, 24km away from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, in an area where the level of radioactivity is low (around 0.12microSv/hour). But 4 years have past since the accident and only half of the former residents returned home.<br />
Mr Nishimaki riding his bike, the reason why he settled dow from Tokyo to Kawauchi prefecture. He is not affraid of radiactivity, as he is 57 and consider that he is already too old to risk anything.