Thousands of delegates from across the world gathered for a U.N. conference on disaster relief this week in northeast Japan, which was hit by a tsunami and ensuing nuclear disaster at Fukushima four years ago. Local authorities are using the opportunity to showcase efforts to revitalize the region. VOA's Henry Ridgwell joined a tour aimed at dispelling fears over food safety following the radiation leak in 2011.
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