News: The actual contamination of Fukushima

I managed to get raw data showing contamination situation in Fukushima.

The measurement was done by a public institution run by government.

This is a “massive leakage” in their censorship, so unfortunately, I’m not allowed to disclose the source for the security of the whistle blower.

Data sheet overview (Only Cs-134,137),

Soil from Hayasaka, Namie machi 7/2/2011: 564,215 Bq/Kg

Mushroom from Teshichiro Namie machi 9/23/2011: 404,814 Bq/kg (5,000 Bq per mushroom)

Soil in a rice field from Tsushima Namie machi 8/22/2011: 254,110 Bq/kg


      1. This is for Mochizuki san! ↑

        Hello, Mochizuki san, I am worry about you because I heard about you from her.
        If you like, please contact me.

  1. Hello Mochizuki,

    I’ll take this post as an example of what I think is a problem, why – it seems – there is no much interest in the process of the Fukushima catastrophe ( which, at least for me, seems to be and/or become way worse then Chernobyl) of the rest of the world – the language. It seems like the Japanese, except a few, think all the world knows Japanese. But the Japanese have to wake up, because that is not the case.
    I see a lot news and infos in Japanese about Fukushima – but most is in Japanese. The picture that pops up for all that want to help in any way is that the Japanese don’t want any help, because they can handle it for themselves. But, obviously, that is not the case. The danger of the possible outcome of this catastrophe because of “mismanagement” is far over the imagination of the people currently handling this, due to the location of the plant.
    My criticism of Japanese writing -only- in Japanese and not English (too) goes out for all reporting blog, tweets, feeds etc. out there, not only Your blog. I write it here because the data You posted here might be/is very important, however it’s held, again, completely in Japanese.

    Best regards


  2. I have said this before but….Fukushima needs to be under strict quarantine and all radioactive was must be buried near the site, not taken to other areas and burned. But sadly the decision was already made by the incompetent and evil government of Japan (and others). The future for Japan and others is much bleaker than it ever was. These are dark days and I am highly disturbed at the lack of attention paid to this situation by the public (thanks to the mass media’s deception).

  3. Yeah radiation is all over the entire world. This is the way its meant to be (radiation, wars, collapse, earthquakes, extinction, etc) The Earth’s 3d Game is over and the planetary spirit is ready to leave shims body and I’m ready to depart as well. Cheers and great celebration! Gratz! We have succesfully completed our experience in this physical reality and we are ready to move on to vastly new experiences on other dimensions and densities. The time is on our side. XD

  4. Hi Iori,
    You are doing a good thing, keep it up. It is really hard to get good data on Fukushima fallout, thank you for your hard work. I’m from Germany and I am following the Fukushima accident closely, it really reminds me of the time I learned about Chernobyl when I was a child (my parents told me not to go out in the rain and we didn’t drink milk for some weeks). By the way, the current maximal permissible value for food in Germany is 600Bq/kg and 370Bq/kg for Milk and products for infants. BUT before Chernobyl (e.g. 1976) it was 30-50 Bq/kg for Adults and 10-20 Bq/kg for infants and pregnant women. I don’t think that we humans have become ten times more resilient to radiation between 1976 and 1986.
    I might be able to help with some translations (Japanese to English or German) as I’ve studied Japanese for some years now (actually I spent the year 2003 in Japan). If you still need someone to do the translation for the data, just send me a mail, in Japanese if you want.

    Best whishes


  5. Hi.

    Nice data, thanks. Is Namie machi about 30 km to the Northwest from Daiichi?

    Do you have any values for areas close to the limit of the evacuation zone?
    Like at the 30 km zone, are there any values around 100 000 Bq/kg?
    Or north of Iitate?

    we are discussing your data over at .


    1. Thank you.
      A part of Namie machi is in mandatory evacuating area.It’s 10km~30km south to the plants.
      When I have any other info,I’ll post it immediately. Be safe.

  6. What you are doing on this website is highly important and very useful to all the english-speaking people. Thankyou. On the Abovetopsecret website they often mention this site in the 1095 page thread on Fukushima “Japan declares ‘nuclear emergency’ after quake”

    Please keep on posting this most useful information.

  7. for comparison from “Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment” by Yablokov and Nesterenkos, pg xii:
    “Some important editorial remarks:
    1. Specific facts are presented in the form that has long been accepted by the United
    Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR)— itemized by numbered paragraphs.
    2. The words “Chernobyl contamination,” “contamination,” “contaminated territories,”and “Chernobyl territories” mean the radioactive contamination caused by
    radionuclide fallout as a result of the Chernobyl catastrophe. Such expressions as“distribution of diseases in territory. . .” mean occurrence of diseases in the population of the specified territory.
    3. The word “catastrophe” means the release of numerous radionuclides into the atmosphere and underground water as a result of the explosion of the fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power station (Ukraine), which started on April 26, 1986 and continued thereafter.
    4. The expressions “weak,” “low,” and “high” (“heavy”) radioactive contamination usually indicate a comparison among officially designated different levels of radioactive contamination in the territories: less than 1 Ci/km2 (<37 kBq/m2); 1–5 Ci/km2 (37–185 kBq/m2); 5–15 Ci/km2 (185–555 kBq/m2); and 15–40 Ci/km2
    (555–1480 kBq/m2).
    5. The term “clean territory” is a conventional one; however, during the first weeks and months of the catastrophe practically all territories of Belarus, Ukraine, and European Russia, and Europe and most of the Northern Hemisphere were to some extent contaminated by the Chernobyl radionuclide fallout.
    6. Levels (amount) of contamination are expressed as in the original papers— either in Curies per square kilometer (Ci/km2) or in Bequerels per square meter
    to download book yourself:

  8. “Public health services of the French department
    Vosges found out that a hog hit by one of local
    hunters ‘was glowing.’ Experts, armed with supermodern
    equipment, conveyed a message even more disturbing: practically the entire mountain where the dead animal had just run is radioactive at a level from 12,000 to 24,000 Bq/m2. For comparison,the European norm is 600 Bq/m2. It was remembered that radioactive mushrooms were found in these forests last autumn. The level of Cs-137 in chanterelles, boleros and stalks of mushrooms
    exceeded the norm by approximately forty times”
    . . .” (Chykin, 1997)
    pg 20-21.

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This website updates the latest news about the Fukushima nuclear plant and also archives the past news from 2011. Because it's always updated and added live, articles, categories and the tags are not necessarily fitted in the latest format.
I am the writer of this website. About page remains in 2014. This is because my memory about 311 was clearer than now, 2023, and I think it can have a historical value. Now I'm living in Romania with 3 cats as an independent data scientist.
Actually, nothing has progressed in the plant since 2011. We still don't even know what is going on inside. They must keep cooling the crippled reactors by water, but additionally groundwater keeps flowing into the reactor buildings from the broken parts. This is why highly contaminated water is always produced more than it can circulate. Tepco is planning to officially discharge this water to the Pacific but Tritium is still remaining in it. They dilute this with seawater so that it is legally safe, but scientifically the same amount of radioactive tritium is contained. They say it is safe to discharge, but none of them have drunk it.


October 2011