Revitalization in Fukushima
- Revitalization in Fukushima
- Web Links about Revitalization
Web Links about Revitalization
You can get information about the Great East Japan Earthquake and TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident from the following sites.
You can find out about the current situation of the nuclear power plant and decontamination. Also, there is information regarding support for evacuees, efforts in food safety and security as well as on activities of people supporting Fukushima.
The website is in Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Thai.
You can find the real time measurement results of the air dose rates based on the monitoring posts.
The website can be found in Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean, German, french, Italy, Spanish, Portguese, and Thai.
Inspection results of radioactive substances in agricultural, forestry, and fisheries products within the Fukushima Prefecture are notified on this website.
The website can be found in Japanese, Chinese, Italy, and Korean.
This website explains about the TEPCO Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident, where radioactive materials were released into the environment. It also discusses the current situation of the decontamination process.
The website can be found in Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean, and French.
The Atomic Bomb Disease Institute, Nagasaki University has compiled a list of questions and easy to understand answers regarding health and radiation.
The website can be found in Japanese and English.
This booklet contains a record of Fukushima International Association’s efforts after the earthquake disaster as well as the results of a survey given to 100 foreign residents.