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Topic - Hideo Munakata
Small business owners and laborers forced to leave their homes and jobs because of radiation leaking from Japan's tsunami-flooded nuclear plant rode a bus all the way to Tokyo on Wednesday to demand compensation from the plant's operator.
Small-business owners and laborers forced to leave their homes and jobs because of radiation from Japan's crippled nuclear reactors rode a bus all the way to Tokyo on Wednesday to demand compensation from the owners of the power plant.
"We have to think about our future," Mr. Munakata said. "Tokyo Electric must help us get our lives back."
On top of expenses associated with being away from home, Hideo Munakata, a 61-year-old construction worker, said he is buying bottled water for his children because of concerns about the tapwater.