Japan plans to restart 25 of their nuclear power plants. However, The World Nuclear Association is worried about this since there is a possibility that something might go wrong.
First nuclear plant that was restarted is the Sendai nuclear power plant. However, the timing is quite off because a nearby volcano is ready to erupt.
Thousands of residents are warned to prepare for evacuation in case things worsen.
About 600,000 people live near the volcano Sakurajima, which is located just off the coast of Kagoshima.
The nuclear reactor is located 50 kilometers from the volcano. Japan restarted its nuclear power program after the crisis in Fukushima in 2011.
People are advised to take this warning seriously and should be prepared for a possible evacuation. Homes of more than 4000 people are at serious risk.
As people of Japan are quite superstitious, they should probably consider this as a sign and reconsider the idea to reopen nuclear power plants across one of the seismically most active regions on the planet.