Daily Mail: The bright lights of Tokyo are one of the world's great attractions, but tonight they were out, the streets were deserted and there was fear in the air.
You could find a few die-hards, brave Brits and other expatriates who wouldn't leave their beers on the counter in the party-time district of Roppongi for any threatening radioactive cloud, but mostly, all around it has become eerily quiet.
Roppongi's empty streets and the dead neon signs over bars and clubs mirrored what had happened a few miles away and 12 hours earlier in the usually bustling Ginza district, with its flashy designer boutiques and countless tiny restaurants catering for the lunch-time crowd.
Nobody wanted to venture out, by day or by night - everyone, it seemed, sharing the same opinion that something very bad was happening at the Fukushima nuclear power plant 148 miles away and nobody wanted to breathe the air if it could be avoided.
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