Everyone keeps away from the perimeter of what was formerly Fukushima’s nuclear power facility. Because to the excessive amount of radiation in the region, all of the residents were evicted and no longer live there. But one individual ignored all of the doctors’ and authorities’ warnings and returned to live there. Why? What are the reasons he is putting himself in such danger? Because of the animals he abandoned and those that came to him in need of food and shelter. He couldn’t face the notion of leaving his animals to starve, so he returned, despite the risks to his health, to care for them and others who had been abandoned in the region.
When he returned to his abandoned farm near Fukushima to check on his pets, he saw a slew of other dogs and animals howling and acting nervously due to a shortage of water and food. As a result, he began to look after each of them. He is still able to feed a huge number of animals owing to donations from those who respect his effort and passion to protecting these helpless beings. Everything he eats and feeds the animals, as well as the water they drink, must be carried in from outside because the soil and water sources here are highly polluted and hazardous.
The Japanese authorities are still struggling to decontaminate the area, and only time will heal the wounds left by the accident. The man, whose name is Matsumura, believes that the government abandoned the residents and animals there, so he has refused to do the same and has opted to dwell in his house in the danger zone. Outside of Fukushima, a two-year-old kid and the lady with whom Matsumura had the child await him. But there’s no guarantee they’ll ever be united like any other average family.
Specialists believe that after 30 years of constant radiation exposure, he may get severely ill. Matsumura, on the other hand, is unconcerned because he does not believe he will be living for such a long period of time, despite the fact that he is currently 55 years old.