Nuke Info Tokyo No. 213 (March/April 2023)

Fukushima Now: Futaba Station, in the town that hosts Fukushima Daiichi, has been rebuilt, complete with glimmering neon lights, but just a short distance away abandoned houses remind us that the nuclear disaster continues even after 12 years.


Nuke Info Tokyo is a bi-monthly newsletter that aims to provide English speaking friends with up-to-date information on the Japanese nuclear industry and the movements against it.

Editor: Caitlin Stronell

Translators: Pat Ormsby, Tony Boys, Nishioka Mayumi

Proofreaders: Tony Boys, Yamaguchi Yukio


Fukushima Now – Part 1: Railroading the Contaminated Water Release is Unacceptable! by Ban Hideyuki

Fukushima Now – Part 2: Current State of Post-Accident Operations at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (Jun. to Dec. 2022) By Matsukubo Hajime 

Childhood thyroid cancer cases confirmed in the Fukushima Health Management Survey and others

Nuclear fusion is a never-ending dream  By Nishio Baku

News Watch  Revisions to Basic Policy on High-level Radioactive Waste Disposal / Surveillance Camera Monitoring Interrupted at Rokkasho Recycling Plant / Takahama Unit 4 Automatically Shut Down / Unjust Verdict in Lawsuit for National Compensation for Second-Generation Hibakusha

Group Introduction: Citizen’s Conference to Condemn Further Pollution of the Ocean (Kore Umi)  By Oda Chiyo

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