Japan can help its fishing industry become a powerhouse again by boosting domestic consumption and developing new sales channels overseas other than China.
Scientists found no trace of radiation either in the water or in sea creatures. But motivated by nationalist politics, China has banned all Japanese seafood.
China has relentlessly spread false information about the release of treated water from Fukushima despite the safety guaranteed by international experts.
Mr Kishida's aim on August 20 is to convey his firm resolve to address misperceptions and establish a conducive environment for the treated water discharge.
China's import intimidation tactics intend to coerce Tokyo into abandoning hardline positions towards Beijing on various issues.
Praising the IAEA report, the South Korean activists asked for information sharing as the discharge begins and that Seoul's experts be allowed to monitor it.
Prime Minister Kishida also hailed a "new era" in relations with South Korea when he met President Yoon at the NATO summit in Vilnius, Lithuania.
The government should immediately act on the report of the IAEA. Hesitation will only give room to misinformation and malicious rumors.
China's Qinshan No 3 Nuclear Power Plant in Zhejiang Province emits roughly 143 trillion Bq of tritium, some 6.5 times more than planned at Fukushima Daiichi.
The IAEA has given approval to Japan's Fukushima water release following a thorough scientific probe shared with the public in a report delivered on July 4.
In Japan, tritium comes 10 times more in rainfall than would be released at Fukushima Daiichi. China and South Korea release far more of it.
Palau President Surangel Whipps Jr toured Fukushima nuclear site, expressing confidence afterward in the safety efforts taken for releasing ALPS treated water.