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559 Bq/Kg of Cs-137 detected from vacuum dust in Tokyo

By 2/16/2016, a citizen’s radiation measurement station “Iwaki citizen’s radiation measurement station” announced 559 Bq/Kg of Cs-137 was detected from vacuum cleaner dust in Tokyo. The sampling location was Edogawa

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[Express] “Furless animal in Kawasaki city”

Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.   <Translate> When I was at work, I found this in Kawasaki city. What the world is this? <End> ねえやばくない? 仕事中、川崎市にて発見された 未確認生命体!

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Radiation level spiked up to 0.23μSv/h in Kawasaki city Kanagawa

According to Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, radiation level spiked up from 0.06μSv/h to 0.23μSv/h in Kawasaki city at around 21:00 of 11/28/2012. The location is Ukishima in

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Kawasaki city mayor, “School serves radioactive lunch for educational purpose.”

Schools keep serving contaminated lunch for the students and they don’t even solve the problem. (cf. Cesium from finished school lunch in Miyagi) Tokyo newspaper reported Abe, the city mayor

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27,000 Bq/Kg in Kawasaki, 240 km from Fukushima

27,000 ~ 21,000 Bq/Kg of cesium was measured from the soil sample taken in the Tamagawa river riverbed. It is in Tonomachi Kawasaki city Kanagawa, 240km from Fukushima. Riverbed management

Export from Japan

25.36 μSv/h from the used car to export

25.36 μSv/h was measured from the used car to export from Kawasaki port, Kawasaki city Kanagawa announced. The car was taken back by the dealer. The dealer won the car

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Iodine 131 measured in Kawasaki, Yokohama, Chiba and Gunma

Following up this article..Iodine 131 measured in Yamanashi From March to April, Iodine 131 was measured from dried sewage sludge in Gunma and Chiba.   ↓ Gunma   ↓ Chiba

Domestic and global Environment

2.52μSv/h in Kawasaki

  Highly radioactive garbage was found in a riverbed of Tamagawa Kawasaki, announced by the Keihin Office of River on 3/23/2012. It was 2.52μSv/h at 5cm away from the garbage,