How is Japan coping with limited electricity supplies?


As work continues to make safe the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan, its impact on the area is becoming more apparent.

While there are fears about radiation levels, the loss electricity it supplied is also causing concern.

Rolling power cuts have been introduced and people across Japan are being asked to conserve energy.

Rachel Harvey reports from Toyko on how people are responding.

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