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Ukedo village, Namie city, April 4 2013 - Mr Kanoue, former chief of Ukedo's fishermen, visiting his homeland as a single day trip from his temporary house in Fukushima city, a 2 hour drive from Ukedo. Mr Kanoue lost his wife during the tsunami. His house was destroyed by the wave and he will probably never be able to work again as a fisherman because of the nuclear disaster.

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Ukedo village, Namie city, April 4 2013 - Mr Kanoue, former chief of Ukedo's fishermen, visiting his homeland as a single day trip from his temporary house in Fukushima city, a 2 hour drive from Ukedo. Mr Kanoue lost his wife during the tsunami. His house was destroyed by the wave and he will probably never be able to work again as a fisherman because of the nuclear disaster.