[Column] The first ustreaming and a little information about bank transfer

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Video streaming by Ustream
As I noticed, I had a talk on Ustream for the first time for English audience. I said that would be in the weekend but it’s Wednesday today. I’m sorry.

I talked for about one hour from 10AM in NYT. Because I didn’t advertise so much, the audience was only 60 but I appreciate those people and their questions.

I have no reason to stick to NYT, so I hope to do it in LA time and Australian time too.


For now, I plan to do it at the same time of a day from tomorrow. I will speak in Japanese in the first 30 min, and in English in the last 30 mins.

Japanese people want to know how to leave Japan etc.. I think English audience wants to hear the plant situation, health problems of Japanese etc.. Please feel free to give me any questions. I will answer it on Ustream.

I hope you to know I’m a living human and deepen the knowledge in interactive communication by Ustream.

I attach today’s Ustream here.


I’m sorry, this is irrelevant from Ustream, but someone kindly sent money to the bank account of Fukushima Diary.

However I received a phone call from the bank yesterday. They say the money was sent to Iori Mochizuki, so it has to be sent back.

The bank account owner is Fukushima Diary SRL, not me as a personal existence. so the beneficiary must have been Fukushima Diary SRL.

Me and the bank both cried. lol

There was no contact on the payment order, so I hope the person finds this post somehow.

I’m afraid my explanation wasn’t good, so re-wrote the bank information on the side bar and at the bottom of every article.



If you are from the international mass media, Don’t read this site before having a contact with me.


Français :

[Édito] Premier UStream et petite information sur les virements
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Video streaming by Ustream
J’ai fait un premier débat avec les anglophones comme je l’avais écrit.  J’avais dit que ce serait pour le prochain week-end mais on est mercredi, désolé.

J’ai parlé pendant environ une heure à partir de 10:00, heure de New-York. Il n’y a eu que 60 auditeurs parce que je n’ai pas fait beaucoup de publicité mais j’ai apprécié ces gens et leurs questions.
Je n’ai aucune raison de rester calé sur l’heure de NY, j’espère en faire sur celle de LAX ou d’Australie.

Pour l’instant, je prévois de le faire à partir de demain et toujours à la même heure. Je parlerai en japonais pendant la première demie-heure et en anglais pour la seconde.
Les japonais veulent savoir comment partir du Japon, etc. Je pense que les anglophones veulent connaître la situation dans la centrale, les problèmes de santé des japonais, etc. N’hésitez pas à me poser toutes vos questions. J’y répondrai sur Ustream.
J’espère que vous savez que je suis un être humain vivant maîtrisant très bien l’interactivité de Ustream.
Je joins ici le Ustream du jour.


Ceci n’a rien à voir avec Ustream, désolé, mais quelqu’un m’a gentiment envoyé de l’argent sur le compte de Fukushima Diary.
J’ai reçu hier un appel de la banque. Ils disent que l’argent a été envoyé à Iori Mochizuki, donc ils ont été obligés de le refuser.

Le propriétaire du compte en banque est la société Fukushima Diary SRL, pas moi personnellement. donc le bénéficiaire aurait du être la Fukushima Diary SRL.

Ça nous a fait pleurer, la banque et moi. lol
Il n’y avait aucun contact de précisé sur le virement, donc j’espère que la personne lira ceci d’une façon ou d’une autre.
Je crains que mes explications n’aient pas été claires, alors j’ai ré-écrit les informations sur la banque de la barre latérale et du bas de chaque article.

Note : Si vous êtes de la grande presse internationale, ne lisez pas ce site sans avoir préalablement pris contact avec moi.

  1. Microphone Test:

    Iori Mochizuki-sensei,

    You are coming through, loud and clear. Good Signal.

    I am listening, but not signed in.


    Bill Duff

  2. to report the news “without distortion or partisanship.”

    http www nytimes com/ (2014/02/03/world/asia/news-giant-in-japan-seen-as-being-compromised.html?smid=tw-share&_r=1&_r=0) Asia Pacific By MARTIN FACKLERFEB. 2, 2014 TOKYO

    News Giant in Japan (NHK) Seen as Being Compromised

    Thursday, a longtime commentator for the network angrily announced that he had resigned after being ordered not to criticize nuclear power ahead of a crucial election, unleashing new criticism. On Thursday, Toru Nakakita, said the show on which he had appeared regularly for 20 years had told him not to say anything critical about nuclear power. An NHK spokesman said the demand was made to ensure balanced coverage during the coming election for Tokyo governor, in which nuclear power is an issue.

    A parliamentary committee summoned Katsuto Momii, the new president of the broadcaster, to explain remarks at a recent news conference, including his declaration that overseas broadcasts would present the government’s views on foreign policy without criticism. “We cannot say left when the government says right,” he said when asked whether NHK would present Japan’s position on territorial and other disputes. He explained that it was “only natural” for the network to follow the Japanese government position. He also said it should refrain from criticizing the secrecy law as well as Mr. Abe’s visit in December to a Tokyo war shrine, which angered China and South Korea.

    The comments seemed to run counter to the stated mission of the broadcaster, which is funded by fees collected from everyone who owns a television set, to report the news “without distortion or partisanship.”

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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.


February 2014