Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/A-Rice-Field-Covered-With-Snow-in-Fukushima-27MZIF303LTM.htmlConceptually similarAn Empty Cowshed in Iitate Village in FukushimaGP0STO79BCompleted★★★★★★An Empty Cowshed in Iitate Village in FukushimaGP0STO793Completed★★★★An Empty Cowshed in Iitate Village in FukushimaGP0STO795Completed★★★★An Empty Cowshed in Iitate Village in FukushimaGP0STO796Completed★★★★An Empty Cowshed in Iitate Village in FukushimaGP0STO797Completed★★★★An Empty Cowshed in Iitate Village in FukushimaGP0STO799Completed★★★★Dairy Farmer Shows Photos of his Life Before FukushimaGP0STO791Completed★★★★Dairy Farmer Shows Photos of his Life Before FukushimaGP0STO792Completed★★★★Abandoned House in FukushimaGP0STO794Completed★★★★View AllGP0STO79CA Rice Field Covered With Snow in FukushimaA rice field covered with snow in front of Kenichi Hasegawa's original house in Iitate village. Before Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, he owned 50 dairy cattle. However after the disaster, he had to put all of his cows down before his evacuation. Mr. Hasegawa now lives in a small temporary house in Date city, 15 km away from Fukushima city central.Locations:Asia-Fukushima Prefecture-Iitate-JapanDate:18 Jan, 2014Credit:© Noriko Hayashi / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3804px X 2531pxKeywords:Dairy farms-Day-Disasters-Fields-Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear accidents-Outdoors-Rice-Snow-WinterShoot:'Don’t Forget Fukushima' Documentation 2014Greenpeace visited five people in January 2014 who had to evacuate because of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Greenpeace documented their stories about their exposure to radiation when the disaster started and the problems they have living now in limbo three years after the disaster.