From the Japan times: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20120415a2.html "Since the March 2011 quake and tsunami triggered the Fukushima nuclear crisis, no reactors shut down for periodic inspections have resumed operations. The two at the Oi plant are the first reactors the central government is trying to get back onstream.' 'Of Japan's 54 commercial nuclear reactors, only the No. 3 reactor at Hokkaido Electric Power Co.'s Tomari power station is currently in operation. If none of the other units are restarted by May 5, when the Tomari reactor is scheduled to be shut down for an inspection, the nation will be left with no reactors in operation." I am in Japan right now. I find it interesting (and nice ) that Japan may have not one reactor in operation come May 5th. The government is fighting the mayors of Osaka and nearby vicinity and many residents to get two back on-line by July. Only fourteen months after the earthquake/tsunami caused the problem, all reactors in Japan may be off-line. No power shortages from what I have heard. The plane had to alter our flight path here to avoid flying over or near Hukushima. Maybe 30 years later it will be safe to fly over Hukushima again.