In pictures Life after Fukushima By Dominic Nahr Business Disaster Environment ... Print comment See in other languages: 9 See in other languages: 9 Languages: 9 (ar) الحياة بعد كارثة فوكوشيما (de) Das Leben nach Fukushima (es) La vida después de Fukushima (fr) La vie après Fukushima (it) La vita dopo Fukushima (ja) フクシマ、その後 (pt) Vida depois de Fukushima (ru) Фукусима: жизнь после трагедии (zh) 福岛今安在？ Minamisoma 2011. A view of the area devastated by the tsunami and about 40km from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, weeks after the fallout. Iwaki 2011. A boy plays in a temporary housing complex for evacuees in Iwaki city, south of the Daiich nuclear plant. Tokyo 2011. Sachiko Masuyama (30) discovered she was pregnant two days before the quake. She now lives in Shinonome housing for government workers. Minamisoma 2011. A group funeral held at the Jyofuku Temple in Haramachi area of Minamisoma, inside the 30km exclusion zone. Yonezawa 2011. Someone uses a public phone booth because mobile phone networks are down in many eastern parts of the country. Namie 2012. Police search for remains of missing people one year after the tsunami hit. Namie 2014. A counter displays the high levels of radiation in a zone around the crippled Daiichi plant, on the third anniversary of the earthquake. Okuma 2014. A nuclear worker inside the central control room for Reactors 1 and 2, which both had a meltdown and exploded in 2011. Tomioka 2014 A doll's head in a car inside Tomioka, an abandoned city 10km from the Daiichi plant. There is no known date when residents can return to live there. Aizuwakamatsu 2014. Idogawa Ikuko holds a photo of her former home. She lives in this temporary space with her husband Idogawa Tsuguo. Namie 2014. A tunnel lit by red lights and in a high radiation zone in the mountains inside the 20km exclusion zone near the Daiichi plant. Kawauchi 2014. A family portrait. The father died of cancer allegedly from high radiation exposure after working without a protection suit. The mother died one year later. The daughter now takes care of her grandmother. Namie 2014. Dead cows are thrown inside a large pit after being checked by farmers hopeful they are not suffering radiation. Fukushima 2014. An apartment where a part-time decontamination worker committed suicide by breathing in burning charcoal. Fukushima 2014. A bar in the city of Fukushima, where there is an active nightlife, despite radiation levels remaining high in many parts. Minamisoma, Fukushima, 2015. Plastic sheeting is used during decontamination work in Minamisoma, inside the 20km exclusion zone. Okuma 2016: Terumi Murakami, 43, suffers from depression. Here she walks through her children's former school grounds. She tried to commit suicide in 2015 but survived when her children called the ambulance. It was also the first day of school for her youngest daughter. This content was published on March 11, 2016 11:00 AMMar 11, 2016 - 11:00 Swiss photographer Dominic Nahr takes a moving look at how life has continued in the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster, as well as the consequences over time. Neuer Inhalt Horizontal Line subscription form Form for signing up for free newsletter. Sign up for our free newsletters and get the top stories delivered to your inbox. Email address Top stories (weekly) Latest news (daily) Business (weekly) Politics (weekly) Society (weekly) Fintech (monthly) Click here to see more newsletters swissinfo EN The following content is sourced from external partners. We cannot guarantee that it is suitable for the visually or hearing impaired. swissinfo.ch Join us on Facebook!