An aftershock of 6.2 magnitude struck Tuesday northeast of Tokyo, near where an epic earthquake hit last week. Minutes later, a 6.0 quake shook the area southwest of Tokyo. This comes as the country struggles to recover from last week’s deadly earthquake and tsunami, and deal with a nuclear crisis.
We speak with Tokyo-based blogger Joseph Tame, who went to a nuclear evacuation site just north of Tokyo and describes feeling nearly constant aftershocks.
We also speak with American teacher and martial arts expert, Jonathan Levine-Ogura, who lives in northern Japan with his wife and two children. He tells us how food and gas are in short supply.