Японцы ходят по разрушенным районам в масках дьяволов

18 Апреля 2011, 15:43

В Японии идет "шествие цветов" Ханами. Фото AFP

Keiko Naruse, who brought relief supplies together with her husband, has a moment of silence as she attends "Hanami" or flower viewing in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA
Keiko Naruse, who brought relief supplies together with her husband, has a moment of silence as she attends "Hanami" or flower viewing in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks wait for their turn for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance during "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA
Keiko Naruse, who brought relief supplies together with her husband, has a moment of silence as she attends "Hanami" or flower viewing in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks wait for their turn for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA
Keiko Naruse, who brought relief supplies together with her husband, has a moment of silence as she attends "Hanami" or flower viewing in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA
Keiko Naruse, who brought relief supplies together with her husband, has a moment of silence as she attends "Hanami" or flower viewing in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks wait for their turn for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance during "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , CORRECTION BYLINE Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for the "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA
Keiko Naruse, who brought relief supplies together with her husband, has a moment of silence as she attends "Hanami" or flower viewing in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks wait for their turn for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance during "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , CORRECTION BYLINE Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for the "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , CORRECTION BYLINE Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks wait for their turn for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , CORRECTION BYLINE Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks wait for their turn for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA
Keiko Naruse, who brought relief supplies together with her husband, has a moment of silence as she attends "Hanami" or flower viewing in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks wait for their turn for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance during "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , CORRECTION BYLINE Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks dance for the "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA , CORRECTION BYLINE Japanese traditional performers wearing devil masks wait for their turn for "Hanami" or flower viewing, at a temple in the tsunami devastated area in Rikuzentaka city, Iwate prefecture on April 17, 2011. The operator of Japan's tsunami-hit nuclear plant said it aims to reduce radiation leaks within three months and to achieve a "cold shutdown" within six to nine months. Japan's embattled Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) offered the timeline in a press conference more than five weeks after a giant quake and tsunami knocked out cooling systems at its six-reactor Fukushima nuclear power station. AFP PHOTO / YASUYOSHI CHIBA

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