A photojournalist Munesuke posted a couple of reports on the latest protests against restarting Oi Nuclear Power Plant.
This protest was in Fukui, the prefecture hosts Oi plant, on June 17th.
This was at the Japanese Prime Minister’s official residence in Tokyo on June 18th.
To learn more about the situation regarding Oi plant, Tokyo correspondent Justin McCury’s article HERE.
Reactor approval meeting moved to private venue after anti-nuclear protests
By Common Dreams staff
June 11th, 2012
In Japan on Sunday, a local nuclear safety commission effectively approved the restart of two nuclear reactors at the Oi nuclear plant in the Fukui prefecture, a necessary step likely to prompt a stamp of approval by the local government.
Full article HERE
“3.11 Goodbye Nuclear Power Plants Fukui People’s Rally in Tsuruga”
@Plaza Bansho in Tsuruga
URL: http://goodbyenppfmt.blog.fc2.com/ (in Japanese)
“Goodbye Nuclear Power Plants 3.11 Kansai A Million Peoples’ Action”
@Nakanoshima Park area in Osaka
demonstrations starts 13:55, 14:55 depending on the routes
URL: http://homepage3.nifty.com/skroba/robaeven.htm (in Japanese)
“3.11 Stop Ikata”
@COMS in Matsuyama
URL: http://www.ikata-tomeru.jp/ (in Japanese)
“Abolish Nuclear Power Plants 3.11 in Kochi”
@Marunouchi Ryokuchi Park in Kochi-shi
URL: http://nacks-kochi.blogspot.com/ (in Japanese)
“Goodbye Nukes in Fukuoka”
@Suzaki Park in Fukuoka-shi
URL: http://0311fuk.blog.fc2.com/ (in Japanese)