Tourists visiting Fukushima despite nuclear fears

By Tomoko Hosaka

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Nice, nice. Yesterday we had a story here in Belgium about our news crew in a playground in Fukushima city. They measured the radiation at the playground and in one instance they recorded 70 microsievert. The parents of the children at the school obviously were in shock.

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“They said we’d come back glowing,” 10-year-old granddaughter Isabelle Ryan added.

LOL. That's funny, but I guess it's not surprising to hear such rumors floating around.

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A group of visiting French oriental medicine quasi-adventurers also traveled up that way lately - but these tourists took photos of boats perched on buildings or in trees, broken highways, devastated villages and sorrowful faces.

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