"The explosion at the nuclear plant tore the community apart just in a single night."
“I am the caretaker for the souls of 71 people who perished since the meltdown, but because of the fallout there is no place to bury them. Their souls are lonely without their families near. Even in death there is no rest for the departed because of this calamity.”
Syuhou Yokoyama, a monk whose family has lived in Fukushima for the past 20 generations, lives in exile with his congregation. He is the only person capable of holding his community's traditions alive during their exile.