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Voice of the streets

Because I’m not in Japan anymore, I can’t interview people on the streets, but I can introduce some tweets of Japanese people. Japanese people are shy. They don’t like to


Picture of the confederate from government

Following up this article..Intense protest against sharing radioactive debris policy in Kyoto Confederates were caught by camera in the protests. They are holding the board to say “Let’s support disaster


Iodine measured at water purification plant in Gunma

Following up this article..Iodine 131 measured at purification center in Shizuoka and increasing 130 Bq/Kg of Iodine was measured from sewage sludge of Keno water purification plant in Gunma. The


40,000 Bq/Kg from the surface of fruit tree

40,000 Bq/Kg of cesium was measured from the surface of peach tree in Date shi Fukushima. This fruit farmer cut half of his trees to make room for radioactive waste


Hidaka city mayor passed away

Following up this information..Hospitalized Hidaka city mayor was at incineration test of debris 2 days before Hidaka city mayor, Osawa Yoshio passes away from cardiac infarct. It was 0:46 3/31/2012


Strontium measured in Gunma

    2.0 Bq/Kg of strontium was measured from Fujiwara dam in Minakami machi Gunma, 0.7 Bq/Kg of strontium was measured from Oguro river Gunma. Ministry of environment measured strontium

Domestic and global Environment

26,000 Bq/Kg of cesium from the ground soil of Niida river Minamisoma

  Ministry of the Environment measured radiation level of river and river head areas in former evacuation preparation zone of Minamisoma, Tamura, Kawauchi, Hirono and Naraha. The highest reading was


There is no debris in the cities of disaster area

Following up this article..Intense protest against sharing radioactive debris policy in Kyoto People against sharing radioactive debris is labelled as “selfish”. Debris is supposed to be in the way of


Intense protest against sharing radioactive debris policy in Kyoto

Hosono, minister of economy visited Kyoto to request Yamada governor accept the radioactive debris. He also planned to give a speech and distribute pamphlets in front of Kyoto station but


50,000 tones of radioactive wastes are over 8000 Bq/Kg

    Radioactive waste which they measured more than 8,000 Bq/kg are accumulated about 50,000 tones in 13 prefectures, Ministry of the Environment announced on 3/30/2012. Currently Japanese government is