Not even close.
The nuclear disaster causes a lot of people to lose their homes and businesses. Not out of fear, because the area was contaminated well above safe levels and is still being cleaned up. It also forced all nuclear plants in the country to shut down. Even if Fukushima has been fine most of them would have needed to be taken offline for checks and repairs due to the quake being well above their design limits and the damage to them that was immediately evident. In a country with lots of earthquakes that is a major weakness.
During the down time fault lines have been discovered below some of the plants. As technology improves these previously unknown but serious issues have come to light.
Even if you are willing to discount all the health issues as unproven or irrational fear based you can't deny the shear cost of cleaning up Fukushima. There is a reason that nuclear facilities can't get insurance and it has to be covered by the government.
Comparing the disaster to the deaths from the tsunami is meaningless. What is your point? Both were tragedies, both were bad and steps are being taken to recover and prevent them happening again. Seriously, what exactly is your point?