Protests against the restart of Ooi Nuclear Power Plant have been happening outside Tokyo, too.
The largest outside Tokyo is the protest in front of Kansai Electric (KEPCO) Headquarters in Osaka City. The number of people participating in the protest is steadily growing there. This week's 2,700 is up 500 from last week's 2,200, which was up 700 from the previous week.
Here are some photos on the scene from people who were there:
From Soul Flower Union:
From the blog/twitter reader Rick Streeby who participated in the protest (more photos at the link):
(KEPCO employees accepting leaflets as they leave work)
In Tokyo, the number of people who came to protest despite the rain was 150,000 according to the organizers (not bad at all), and 21,000 according to the police (they upped the number from last week's 17,000). Apparently many more were barred by the police from going out from the Kokkaigijidomae subway station exit.