Naoto Matsumura’s Blog: Currently I catch cows roaming around the town and contain them at my ranch I built by my home. I also try to prevent from breeding by having bulls castrated. And I’d like to watch over these animals until they naturally die.
NOV 28, 2012
Matsumura and his friend, Kazuo Endo, 55, are busy preparing for winter, stocking up on feed for around 100 cattle. Endless laughter fills their conversations.
“These animals, when the residents return, will be the symbol of the town of Tomioka,” Matsumura said. (He’s talking about the cattle. Not dogs, not cats. CATTLE)
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