Fishing communities worry water will contaminate the seas despite promises it will be cleaned of radioactive substances.
Seoul exploring ways to refer Japan’s Fukushima decision to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea.
Japan will release water from Fukushima into the sea, part of its plan to decommission the ruined power station.
Government pledges to make water safe before release, but plan draws swift condemnation from China, South Korea.
Japan observes a minute of silence to commemorate the lives lost in the triple disaster of March 11, 2011.
A decade after triple disasters, Japan faces immense challenges in returning to what was previously considered normal.
Japan’s environment ministry said the area in general was safe but that it was in talks to survey the region.
Tohoku Electric Power receives a first green light to restart the No.2 reactor at the Onagawa power plant.
Tepco to decommission four more reactors in the Fukushima prefecture, eight years after Japan’s worst nuclear disaster.
Removing the fuel in the cooling pools was delayed five years by mishaps, high radiation and radioactive debris.
Residents return to Okuma as Tokyo declares 40 percent of town safe eight years after Fukushima nuclear plant accident.
Yokohama court orders government and TEPCO to pay $3.8m to 152 residents forced to flee homes after nuclear meltdown.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says government will continue rebuilding homes in regions still affected by 2011 disaster.