Some people in Japan are worried about eating seafood after reading news reports about radioactive fish. But business is still brisk at Tokyo's famous Tsukiji fish market. Photo: Catherine Winter

In Japan, people call it 3-11. It’s shorthand for the tsunami and nuclear accident two years ago. The disaster left behind devastation that may never be completely cleaned up. Tens of thousands of people still can’t go home. People are still missing.

And people are still afraid of radioactive contamination. Japan’s government insists the food supply is safe.

But in Tokyo, reporter Catherine Winter found that some people have made big changes in their eating habits.


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