Photo essay: The anti-nuclear village
Images from the June 30th protest in Oi, Japan against the restart of the nuclear reactors nearby. On July 1st, the government successfully switched the reactors back on. The first since all 54 were shuttered following the meltdowns in Fukushima.
Campers contributed a self designed flag to a Tibetan banner.
This flag says, we want to live happily
Stop the restart banners overlooking the campsite
Harley Davidson bike next to a sign pointing the way to the public toilets that were kept in amazingly clean condition
Some basic ground rules like: take home your rubbish! and information regarding opening times of the local supermarket and public baths
We watched the massive protest in Tokyo via Ustream
Founder of IWJ, Independent Web Journal, Iwakuni is an ADD man with a mission in Tokyo
My neighbour in the carpark: Kazue and her dog Kiku
Kiku is 17 years old. 17! And still attends protests. See you there when you’re 108 years old
Strangers became friends, people drop in to other’s spots for breakfast. A temporary village is born.
Mami mixes up plankton for breakfast… yum… (I guess at least it wasn’t placenta)
The fan reminds us: Peace is a burden
The anti nuclear village