A spontaneous protest against the re-activation in front of the Ooinuclear power plant: with the beats of drums, protestors repeatedly make calls ‘No Re-Activation’ and ‘Protect the Children’. A ’mikoshi’ (Japanese divine palanquin, which is usually used in a festival) turns up in order to avoid a harassment and unreasonable arrest by the police and the security guards. The philosophy of NVDA is shared in the protest.
In Japan, those who are arrested in a political demonstration may be detained up to 23 days. This is the issue to be discussed, as it may violate human rights.