The Japanese people love cherry blossoms and also enjoy, eating, drinking and having parties outdoors especially, when under a row of cherry blossom trees in full bloom.
Sadly, the situation in the 20km radius of the crippled plant, "radiation control area"is different.
Tomioka-machi is one such town that the Japanese government has announced recently, that from 28th of May2013, it’s going to be safe to live there. Very high levels of ionizing radiation have been measured since the disaster in Tomioka-machi. But the government is still encouraging the residents to go back and live there.
The notice board in Tomioka-mach says: