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1.4 μSv/h measured in Edogawa ward Tokyo after Typhoon Neoguri passed – Photo

A local citizen posted a picture (attached above) of radiation measurement. The reading was 1.396 μSv/h. The location was in a riverbed of Arakawa-river in Edogawa ward, Tokyo, where Tokyo

Natural disasters

“Strongest level” typhoon NEOGURI may hit Fukushima plant area on 711

↑ Satellite imagery at 17:30 UTC 7/7/2014   According to Japan Meteorological Agency, “very strong” typhoon NEOGURI may hit Fukushima plant area on 7/11/2014.   The central pressure is 930

Contaminated water crisis

Tepco reusing the leaking reservoir / No plan about what to do with the stocked water yet

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before taking a contact with me.     Tepco ended up depending on the underground reservoirs

Contaminated water crisis

[Photo] Tepco hung the cloth over the tanks / “Typhoon countermeasures”

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site.   Related to this article.. Tepco’s Typhoon measures to prevent contaminated water overflowing entirely messed up

Contaminated water crisis

Tepco “It rained significantly heavily only once in 2012″ → Contaminated water overflowed 7 times

Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site.   From Tepco’s report submitted to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority) in the working group of 10/24/2013,

Column Contaminated water crisis Sea contamination

[Column] Every time it rains, Fukushima plant is pushed to the edge

  Note : If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site.   Japan is the country of rain and it’s quietly pushing Fukushima plant to the

Contaminated water crisis

Tepco’s Typhoon measures to prevent contaminated water overflowing entirely messed up

Two more Typhoons are coming to hit Japan from this weekend. (cf, Two more Typhoons are coming to Japan / Meteorological Agency “Unpredictable” [URL])   Having 11 tank area dams

Contaminated water crisis Sea contamination

Tepco discharged “rainwater” of 2 tank area dams again / Not even a Typhoon weather

On 10/23/2013, Tepco discharged “rainwater” retained in two tank area dams again. Radioactive densities were lower than the safety limit according to Tepco.   Two more Typhoons are coming to

Contaminated water crisis Sea contamination

Tepco can reduce retained rainwater only by a few cm a day / Two more Typhoons to hit

Two more Typhoons are coming to Japan from this weekend. (cf. Two more Typhoons are coming to Japan / Meteorological Agency “Unpredictable” [URL])   In order to stop the leaked

Contaminated water crisis

Back-up tanks of 4,000 tonnes are already nearly full with two more Typhoons coming

Two more typhoons are coming to cause heavy rains to Japan from this weekend. (cf. Two more Typhoons are coming to Japan / Meteorological Agency “Unpredictable” [URL]) However, the back-up