In May. 2011, Tokyo was significantly contaminated under the total media blackout by the government.
The video taken 5/15/2011 shows it was 1.2μSv/h (α+β+γ) on the ground, 0.25μSv/h at 1m above the ground around the west exit of Shinjuku station.
It was also 0.75μSv/h on the ground, 0.18μSv/h at 1m above the ground around the east exit of Shinjuku station.
Shinjuku station is one of the largest station in Japan.(226km from Fukushima plant) More than 730,000 people get on JR line from this station, which is the biggest number in the world.
↓ Around the west exit.
↓ Around the east exit.
<Settlement report 8/9/2012>
Please let me use this space again.
I don’t want to put this here because I didn’t post so much articles, but if you skip it once, it gets hard to get it back so I’ll bear to be embarrassed.
You may think what the heck I was doing today. About 80% of my day is spent on researching. I read Twitter time line of 24 hours a day. I’m ok, but that’s tiring for my PC, and so time consuming. Sometimes it makes me miss the chance to write articles like today. and tomorrow, I’ll have new news then will lose the chance to blog about what I researched today.lol That’s life.Iori Mochizuki