Concern, Or Lack Thereof, About Food Safety In JapanPlay
Workers at the Fukushima nuclear plant are on course to get the reactors under control by the end of the year, ending the immediate crisis.
But radiation has been spread across much of eastern Japan - there have been scares about contamination in food, the latest over rice. Some are avoiding anything from the region, but as the BBC's Japan correspondent Roland Buerk reports from Tokyo, not everybody is concerned.
This program aired on December 14, 2011.