80,000 Bq/Kg from Imperial Palace

Following up this article..290,000 Bq/Kg at 18km from National Diet

Radiation is concentrated by algae more and more. Mr. Oyama, the city councilor of Minamisoma measured high level of cesium from center of Tokyo.

(Cesium 134 + 137, Bq/kg)
77,547:Chiyodaku Chiyoda Imperial Palace
84,611:Chiyodaku Chiyoda Imperial Palace Tokagakudo
34,667:Chiyodaku Chiyoda Imperial Palace Inui mon

60,581:Bunkyoku Hongo Tokyo university
52,007:Bunkyoku Hongo Tokyo university hospital

91,790:Chiyodaku Kitanomaru park The national museum of modern art Tokyo
88,885:Kitaku Nishigahara Printing bureau hospital
71,133:Minatoku Shimbashi
49,393:Chiyodaku Chiyoda Tenshudai ishigaki
48,595:Kitaku Nishigahara Printing bureau
47,808:Bunkyoku Mukogaoka (Home town of my mother’s family)
10,704:Kitaku Oji Asukayama park
36,523:Kitaku Nishigahara Kitaku Disaster prevention center
25,159:Chiyogaku Kudanshita Kitanomaru park Yasukuni guchi
16,825:Okutamacho Kawano
14,060:Bunkyoku Sengoku Sengoku station
4,306:Bunkyoku Hongo Yasudakodo





  1. FUKUSHIMA DIARY – 80,000 Bq/Kg au Palais Impérial
    Par Mochizuki le 11 juin 2012 · 1 Commentaire

    La radioactivité est de plus en plus concentrée par une algue noire. M. Oyama, conseiller municipal de Minamisoma a mesuré une concentration énorme en césium au centre de Tokyo.

    (Cesium 134 + 137, Bq/kg)
    77 547:Chiyodaku Chiyoda Palais Impérial
    84 611:Chiyodaku Chiyoda Palais Impérial Tokagakudo
    34 667:Chiyodaku Chiyoda Palais Impérial Inui mon

    60 581:Bunkyoku Hongo Tokyo université
    52 007:Bunkyoku Hongo Tokyo hôpital de l’université

    91 790:Chiyodaku Kitanomaru parc du National Museum of Modern Art Tokyo
    88 885:Kitaku Nishigahara bureau des impressions de l’hôpital
    71,133:Minatoku Shimbashi
    49,393:Chiyodaku Chiyoda Tenshudai ishigaki
    48 595:Kitaku Nishigahara bureau des impressions
    47 808:Bunkyoku Mukogaoka (ville d’origine de la famille de ma mère)
    10 704:Kitaku Oji Asukayama parc
    36 523:Kitaku Nishigahara Kitaku centre de prévention des catastrophes
    25 159:Chiyogaku Kudanshita Kitanomaru parc Yasukuni guchi
    16 825:Okutamacho Kawano
    14 060:Bunkyoku Sengoku gare de Sengoku
    4 306:Bunkyoku Hongo Yasudakodo

    Source : http://mak55.exblog.jp/16023038/

  2. Cesium-137 floats in the water, it doesn’t sink to the bottom. It mixes with the plankton and algae. The aquatic life eats the radioactive food and thus the whales and other marine life become contaminated. Cesium-137 is EXTREMLY DIFFICULT to clean up. Has a half life of about 30 years. A very deadly form of radiation. Almost impossible to clean because it’s ability to scatter through out trees, grass and water. This is a serious situation no doubt at hand. The United States Government is secretly researching the cesium-137 levels. They are not telling us anything about the levels found in the United States. This makes me so mad. Of course this isn’t anything new…………I understand, but the people have a right to be informed of what is going on; since it’s a direct link to everyones health. Oh, that’s right…..the government doesn’t care about our health and they want us all dead so they can start a New World Order the way the elite want the world.

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