IMPORTANT: THIS POST DOES NOT MEAN TO IMPLY THAT ANY PERSON IS WILLFULLY SELLING RADIOACTIVE SKIPJACK.
Company selling cases for skipjack tuna back in business after tsunami
SENDAI -- When the March 11 tsunami struck the fishing port of Kesennuma, Miyagi Prefecture, Shuichiro Fujita, the president of a company selling cases for freshly caught skipjack tuna, lost his home and company facilities, leaving him helpless.
More than three months on, the 48-year-old has finally managed to get back to business.
The inset photo accompanying the above article has the proud businessman looking "at freshly caught skipjack tuna after the first landing at Kesennuma fishing port in Kesennuma,
Miyagi Prefecture, on June 28."