The operator of Japan’s crippled Fukushima nuclear reactors said Thursday it had stopped selling a souvenir at the plant after facing a storm of online criticism saying it was inconsiderate. Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) said it had pulled the plastic folders decorated with six photos of the battered nuclear plant from the shelves of an on-site store. The company started selling the files — three for 300 yen ($2.70) — from August 1 after receiving a number of requests from workers and visitors wanting a souvenir of their visit. Previously, visitors would take receipts from the store as a souvenir to show family and friends.

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Published: 10 August 2018