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Power cuts in Japan

A sign explaining the shop in Shibuya is saving energy, by turning some lights off, but is open for business as electricity shortages affect Eastern Japan after a magnitude 9 earthquake and large tsunami hit the Tohoku region of north east Japan on March 11th killing nearly 20,000 people and causing massive destruction along the whole coast, and a melt-down at the Fukushima Daichi nuclear power station Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, Friday March 25th 2011

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A sign explaining the shop in Shibuya is saving energy, by turning some lights off,  but is open for business as electricity shortages affect Eastern Japan after a magnitude 9 earthquake and large tsunami hit the Tohoku region of north east Japan  on March 11th killing nearly 20,000 people and causing massive destruction along the whole coast, and a melt-down at the Fukushima Daichi nuclear power station Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan,  Friday March 25th 2011