While Tokyo Municipal Government officials were rubbing their hands with glee after winning the right to host the 2020 Olympics following their failed attempt to win the 2016 Games, it's perhaps fair to say that not everyone in other parts of the country shared their sentiment.

Yuki Segawa and her three children left their home in Koriyama, Fukushima Prefecture, due to fears over radioactive contamination following the nuclear crisis at the damaged No. 1 power plant.

They currently reside in a 40-year-old condo provided by the government in Urawa, Saitama Prefecture, on the outskirts of Tokyo. Her husband, Yoshinobu, is an art teacher at a junior high school back in Koriyama. Every Friday night, he travels to Tokyo to spend time with his kids over the weekend and then drives back north on Sunday evening. It's a three-hour drive one way.