“Great Wall of Japan”: the anti-tsunami project that divides

Following the explosion of the Fukushima power plant and the terrible 2011 tsunami that killed nearly 18,000 people, the Japanese government took a radical step: building a giant wall along the northeast coast of the archipelago, in an attempt to break the wave in the future. But this project is shared by the Japanese because the 400 kilometers of reinforced concrete obscure the view of the sea.