SCENES AND TOPICS
Tours are planned and managed by Fukushima Prefectural Government in coordination with the two companies below:
- J Village
- The Lantern House
The owner Karin is a licensed guide of Real Fukushima Team. She will take you around and tell you about Fukushima.
Soso is the name of the northeastern region of Fukushima Prefecture. Despite the name, it is far from average and a wonderful place to be.
The newly reopened J-village is a sports complex in Naraha town, which is one of the former evacuation areas located 18 kilometres south of Fukushima Daiichi. Soon after the nuclear disaster, this sports complex became the front line base. Self Defence Force, fire fighters and thousands of clean-up workers and experts had been staying in …[Read More]
EXPERIENCES WITH US
Driving through Red Zone
You are not allowed to enter red zone, but you can pass through it on designated roads. The roads marked with a blue or green below are open to the public and can be used without special permission. Walking and riding a bicycle, motorcycle, or other two-wheeled vehicle is banned. However, motorcycles over 125 cc can use the Joban Expressway marked in green and the national road Route 6. (Please note that the expressway is a toll road.)
Radiation Dose near the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant