Experts on nuclear plants are saying that the problem will last at least a few months. What we can do is just to pray for the end of the problem, conserving energy. Now I’m in my hometown not in Tokyo. Here we don’t have planned blackout. At supermarkets, there are more kinds of food than in Tokyo. But some trains are cancelled because maintenance parts of the trains haven’t been delivered yet. That is a logistic issue.
I’m here to attend the memorial ceremony for my grandmother, not to evacuate. Tomorrow I’m coming to Tokyo. We general people have no way to solve the nuclear problem. So we have to wait patiently, breathing, drinking and eating a bit contaminated air, water and food.