On March 11, 2011, Futaba, a sleepy Fukushima town and bedroom community for employees of the nearby No. 1 nuclear power plant, suddenly became a place known around the world — for all the wrong reasons.
Katsuhide Okada revisits the Futaba Rose Garden after the triple disaster. | COURTESY OF KATSUHIDE OKADA
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