They were led by Naoto Kan, who was prime minister at the time of the Fukushima disaster and has now re-invented himself as an anti-nuclear activist. The 68-year-old told the crowd: 'Accidents are unpredictable, that's why they happen. And certainly.
Japan marked the 66th anniversary of its surrender in World War II today with sombre remembrances across the country and a memorial in Tokyo led by the emperor. The ceremonies come as the country struggles to recover from this year's devastating .
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan has stepped down after barely 15 months in office. Kan's announcement comes after his ..... Supermodel Claudia Schiffer, 47, displays her lean frame in a crocheted top with skinny jeans as she steps out to sign copies.
Companions: Naoto Matsumura is thought to be the only resident left in the town Tomioka which is located near the doomed nuclear power plant Fukushima. In this nuclear no-man's land poisoned by radiation from a disaster-battered power plant, rice.
The value of the gold is about $700,000 (£450,000) but the total value of the tree is much higher because of labour costs, said Naoto Mizuki, marketing general manager at the store. 'Considering the time it took to make, the designer and hard work put.
It sounds like something out of science fiction - a huge swathe of the moon covered with solar panels to beam captured energy back to Earth. But plans to turn the moon into a gigantic mirrorball manned by robots to provide all the Earth's energy came a.
In this Oct. 8, 2017 photo, Kobe Steel's Vice President Naoto Umehara, right, bows during a press conference in Tokyo. The Japanese government is urging steelmaker Kobe Steel to clarify the extent of manipulation of data on steel, aluminum and other .
When the massive tsunami slammed into Japan entire towns and villages were left submerged, forgotten and frozen in time. Now, a team of scuba divers have released a series of incredible underwater images from below the waves, showing just some of the .
It is a letter that even the steeliest of people would struggle to find touching. In fact, it was so touching that when eight-year-old Ashwin Cresswell's letter reached Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard, she vowed to hand it to her Japanese.
Prime Minister Naoto Kan told parliament that Japan was grappling with its worst problems since World War II. 'This quake, tsunami and the nuclear accident are the biggest crises for Japan' in decades, he said, adding: 'From now on, we will continue to .
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Even then-Prime Minister Naoto Kan, who was extremely frustrated by TEPCO's initial lack of information and slow handling, said after meeting him that Yoshida could be trusted. On March 12, after Unit 1 reactor building exploded following a meltdown, .
Prime Minister Naoto Kan attempted to calm a nervous nation by insisting that radiation leaks at the Fukushima plant were declining. 'Step by step, the reactors in the Fukushima Daiichi power plant are moving toward stability,' he said. But many.