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In 2011, Japan was rocked by a nuclear disaster as its Fukushima Daiichi plant. The country was hit by a devastating earthquake and tsunami, which caused a dangerous radiation leak at the nuclear plant and contaminated about 100 square miles of farmland in one of Japan’s most important agricultural regions.
Nine years later, scientists in the region are fighting to show that crops from decontaminated land are safe to eat. Agency Serviceplan in Germany has even created a book made from rice straw paper from crops grown in the region in order to help show people that products grown on decontaminated land are safe.
To make the beautifully crafted book, rice straw was harvested, dried, cleaned, cut and crafted into paper.