I am not a specialist for health issues. Instead, I recommend to follow the instrcutions of the Japanese authorities, which have closed some areas to the public. Also, your home country will have issued travel advise for Japan. Make sure to check them in advance (foreign office). Most parts of Japan were not affected by the nuclear disaster at all. I mean, 127 million people do live there without any problems, right? It’s not like the country is devastated, it’s rather one small area where the disaster struck. I’ve been to Nagoya this year, and it was wonderful.
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