Ten years after disaster, Fukushima's 'singing' pottery comes home

Ten years after disaster, Fukushima's 'singing' pottery comes home

Today·2021-03-10 13:03

NAMIE, Japan - Toshiharu Onoda, a thirteenth-generation potter living in a town close to the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, had just finished loading his kiln on March 11, 2011, when the massive earthquake struck.

Clinging to a wall as the room filled with choking dust, Onoda watched stunned as his two-tonne kiln began to move across the floor.

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