The Fukushima-Daiichi plant on Japan’s main island of Honshu went into meltdown in 2011 after the devastating Tohoku earthquake and the resulting tsunami that flattened it and killed over 20,000 people. Vital cooling systems failed, and nuclear radiation leaked into the surroundings. The food was no longer safe, and water undrinkable. The hitherto flourishing towns of Fukushima Prefecture now lie in disarray and abandon. Contaminated soil is stored in thousands of plastic bags in the ex