An angler shows off a salmon caught in the Kido River in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture. Photo: Kyodo

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: will Fukushima rice and fruits be on the menu?

  • Japanese officials insist food from Fukushima is safe despite the 2011 nuclear disaster but China, South Korea and the US still restrict food imports from there
  • Producers are keen to serve local rice, fruits, beef and vegetables at the Olympic Village
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An angler shows off a salmon caught in the Kido River in Naraha, Fukushima prefecture. Photo: Kyodo
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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Photo: EPA
Craig Mark
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Craig Mark

Abe is Japan’s longest-serving PM. Is that the extent of his legacy?

  • The premier has broken a century-old record for political longevity – but despite domestic comebacks and foreign policy wins, a succession of scandals and his mixed results with the economy will live long in the memory

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Photo: EPA
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