Ginza Goes Dark as Japan Mourns Tsunami Victims

Ginza Goes Dark as Japan Mourns Tsunami Victims Play

April 1 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Mariko Ishikawa reports on life in Tokyo in the aftermath of the March 11 record earthquake and ensuing nuclear crisis. This report shows Tokyo's upscale Ginza district, an area best known for its glitzy shopfronts and neon displays, where lights remain dimmed or turned off to save energy. Economists says the psychological impact of the disaster on shoppers will discourage spending over the short term. (Source: Bloomberg)

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