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Inside a Japanese nuclear power plant

A rare glimpse at the inside of the world's largest nuclear power plant.
Inside a Japanese nuclear power plant

In August 2007, IDG News Service was invited to the Kashiwazaki Kariwa nuclear power station. This video provides a rare glimpse at the inside of the world's largest nuclear power plant.

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