The Fukushima site, the scene of the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, has become a tourist attraction.

Local government tour guides are now escorting buses of people through the area, explaining what has become of the disaster zone.

Back in 2011, three of the Fukushima Nuclear Plant’s six reactors blew up following a tsunami, releasing radioactive gases that meant the whole area had to be evacuated.

However, with contamination levels said to be ‘low’, people are being permitted on whistle-stop tours to view the desolate and abandoned place. Continue reading »