Posts Tagged ‘Tokyo’

The nuclear catastrophe of Fukushima is not only reflected by the media, politics or protest culture, as we will show in our documentary, but it is also adopted and being processed by Japanese artists. In the last couple of weeks, two major exhibitions in Tokyo tried to approach the catastrophe and its implications in distinct […]

On April 30th 2011, two people got arrested in Miyashita Park, Tokyo. A Rescue Comittee has been created on this site, informing about this incident in both Japanese and English. I quote:

Today, meet three more voices that will be in the movie: Yoshihiko Ikegami and Keisuke Narita. “As we know, Japan surrendered in World War II after the two atomic bombs were dropped on it. The question is why Japan now has ended up having 54 nuclear power reactors, despite of its experience of Hiroshima and […]

The Anti-Nuke-Demo on May 7th in Shibuya, Tokyo, with more than 10.000 people participating, launched a huge discussion about the police system in Japan. The issue is, that the police has actually a hard time to take control over all those masses of people, since they are not used to it. Rallies of that size […]