Fukushima citizen “A near supermarket sells only Fukushima rice or Miyagi rice, quit selling Hokkaido rice”

A Fukushima citizen gave information to Fukushima Diary on Twitter that a near supermarket sells rice only from Fukushima and Miyagi.

The person is also posting radiation measurement videos as a citizen researcher. (cf, 0.8 μSv/h beside the incense sticks smoke of a temple in Nikko [URL])

The location is near Yonomori park in Minamisoma city Fukushima (The map below). There are several supermarkets but the person didn’t identify the shop.

The person reported the supermarket used to sell rice from other origins such as Hokkaido, but now they have no other choices than Fukushima or Miyagi.







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Un habitant de Fukushima : “Un supermarché de proximité vend du riz seulement de Fukushima ou du Miyagi, il arrête celui d’Hokkaido”


Un habitant de Fukushima a donné sur Twitter au Fukushima Diary l’information qu’un supermarché de proximité ne vend que du riz de Fukushima et du  Miyagi.

La personne publie aussi des vidéos de relevés de radioactivité en tant que contrôleur privé. (cf. 0,8 μSv/h dans la fumée de bâtons d’encens allumés dans un temple à Nikko)
C’est près du parc de Yonomori dans la ville de Minamisoma à Fukushima (Carte ci-dessous). Il y a plusieurs supermarchés mais la personne n’a pas identifié celui-ci.
Elle rapporte que ce supermarché vendait habituellement du riz d’autres provenances, comme d’Hokkaido, mais à présent ils ne proposent pas d’autre choix que Fukushima ou le Miyagi.



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