Fukushima cartoons: our food is safe

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TOKYO – authorities in Japan’s Fukushima prefecture have cartoons make because of the nuclear disaster from 2011. The animated films have stories trying to debunk that in the foreign country to circulate about the radioactive contamination of agricultural and fishery products from the area, the message, the public broadcaster NHK.

A worker at the waterbasin of the nuclear power plant.

The five videos, according to a representative of the prefecture in a fun way to convey that eating locally produced foods such as peaches, rice and beef are not dangerous. The authorities are also planning such videos in English, Chinese, Spanish, and French. That are expected to be under more distributed via the internet.

On march 11, 2011 Japan was hit by an earthquake and a tsunami. This was followed by a nuclear disaster at the plant in Fukushima, near the sea, is located.

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