The Fukushima meltdowns and the continuing radiation crisis may have turned the public off of atomic energy at home, but it's full steam ahead for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Japan's heavy industries when it comes to exporting that technology to power-hungry economies abroad.

The marketing push being led by Abe and his Liberal Democratic Party, which brought Japan into the nuclear age, has angered nuclear protest groups, which, like many members of the public, blame the party's cozy ties with big business for setting the stage for the Fukushima meltdown debacle.

Here are some questions and answers about Japan's nuclear technology exports: