Nippon Television, a Yomiuri Shinbun affiliate, reports on the protest against the Japanese government's political decision to restart Ooi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukui Prefecture. It's just that the protest took place in Washington D.C..
I haven't found any coverage of this protest in the major news outlets in the US.
From Nippon TV (6/19/2012):
Protest in the US capital against the decision to restart Ooi Nuclear Power Plant
There was a protest in Washington D.C. against the decision to restart Reactors 3 and 4 at Ooi Nuclear Power Plant operated by KEPCO (in Ooi-cho, Fukui Prefecture).
People from the US environmental groups gathered in front of the Japanese Embassy in Washington D.C., and protested with signs that said "Restart of Ooi Nuke Plant, a new tragedy". The representatives of the groups handed the statement to Prime Minister Noda to the Embassy officials demanding that [the Noda administration] reconsider the restart.
The groups will coordinate with the Japanese environmental group and demand the reconsideration of the restart.
Not a word from this TV station on the June 15 protest in Tokyo, where 11,000 people gathered. It did report that "400 people gathered in front of the Prime Minister's Official Residence on June 16 to protest against the restart of Ooi Nuke Plant..." (6/16/2012), just like every single news outlet in Japan.