. Japanese consumers are eating more local fish in spite of China’s ban due to Fukushima wastewater « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ABC NEWS – “So far, I haven’t heard anyone raising safety concerns over the treated water release. I’d say zero,” Kazuto Harada, who works at Marufuto Fish Store near the Onahama Port in Fukushima, said as he stood by a tank of lobsters caught nearby. “I’m half surprised, and half relieved.” Customers nationwide are placing orders, with many asking for “Joban-mono,” or fish from the waters off Fukushima and its southern neighbor Ibaraki. That includes regional favorites flounder and greeneye. By late afternoon, almost all the fresh local catch sells out.

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