They only eat two meals a day - emergency crackers and vegetable juice for breakfast, and a packet of rice with chicken, fish or curry for dinner.
In the evenings, they gather around in a safe room to cheer "Let's do our best!" and clap once, before wrapping themselves with blankets and going to sleep on the floor.
"Workers sleep in conference rooms, hallways or near bathrooms. Each person is given one blanket, everyone sleeps on the floor in rows," Kazuma Yokota, a nuclear safety agency inspector based at the plant.