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From Fukushima to Okinawa.

Koriyama, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, December 12 2016 - Tatsuyoshi MORIAI, 4, and his family at home. His mother and him enjoyed their stay at Kumi No Sato one month earlier and are back to everyday life.
Every 2 weeks during 10 days, kids from Fukushima enjoy outdoor activities and eat organic local food at Kumi No Sato's facility on Kume island, Okinawa prefecture, 2000km from Fukushima. Kumi No Sato is a NPO created by photojournalist Ryuichi HIROKAWA. The objective is to free the children from stress by offering uncontaminated ground for them to play spontaneously, and delay from the progress of internal exposure by supplying uncontaminated food, allowing them to build up their resistance and immunity.

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Koriyama, Fukushima prefecture, Japan, December 12 2016 - Tatsuyoshi MORIAI, 4, and his family at home. His mother and him enjoyed their stay at Kumi No Sato one month earlier and are back to everyday life.<br />
Every 2 weeks during 10 days, kids from Fukushima enjoy outdoor activities and eat organic local food at Kumi No Sato's facility on Kume island, Okinawa prefecture, 2000km from Fukushima. Kumi No Sato is a NPO created by photojournalist Ryuichi HIROKAWA. The objective is to free the children from stress by offering uncontaminated ground for them to play spontaneously, and delay from the progress of internal exposure by supplying uncontaminated food, allowing them to build up their resistance and immunity.