1 Day trip to Fukushima daiichi nuclear plant.  1
1 Day trip to Fukushima daiichi nuclear plant.  2
1 Day trip to Fukushima daiichi nuclear plant.  3
1 Day trip to Fukushima daiichi nuclear plant.  4
1 Day trip to Fukushima daiichi nuclear plant.  5
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1 Day trip to Fukushima daiichi nuclear plant.

There are many “dark tourism” tours of Fukushima nuclear plant. If you visit the area, why not meet people and speak with them?

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Summary

Summary:
 An easy one-day trip to Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant and nearby areas riding a comfortable car from Tokyo (Toyota HiAce or similar car)
 Talk session with local people who live near the plant through a Japanese-English interpreter.
 See how Fukushima is recovering (the radioactive particle decontamination site. Tsunami disaster area).
 Safe trip. We will bring a Geiger counter (a radiation level checker) and monitor radiation levels.


Schedule:
7:00 Gather at Akihabara station. Going to Fukushima through Jobando highway. (We will take a small break several times at highway rest stops)
11:00 See Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant from the shore in Namie city (1.5 km away from the plant)
11:30 Walk around Namie city (Tsunami disaster area and others)
12:30 Lunch at sushi restaurant in Odaka district of MinamiSoma city and visit souvenir shop
13:30 Having a talking session with a survivor and listen to his/her story and discuss.
15:30 Visiting a cow farm in Namie city which is 10 km away from the plant, called “Kibou no Bokujo” (a farm of hope) in Namie
20:30 Back to Akihabara station.

Description:
▶Watch Fukushima daiichi nuclear powerplant
We will watch the plant from the northern shore, which is 1.5 km away from the plant. Chimneys and buildings can be seen from there. In case of fog, it could be difficult to see the plant from there.

▶Walk around devastated town:
We will visit the center of Namie city which is 2 Km away from the plant and it was a “No-habitat zone” until 2017. You can walk around freely there.
We will also visit a tsunami disaster-struck area, which has a damaged elementary school.
People started to return to their homes, but they are still less than 10% of the original population. Please feel and know what is going on in Fukushima by themselves.

▶Talk session with a survivor. Talk and discuss with local people:
We will have a meeting with a survivor of the nuclear power plant accident in 2011 in Odaka district of MinamiSoma city (Approximately 10 Km away from the plant).
A Japanese-English interpreter will be with you. You can talk with him / her to listen to the authentic stories.
Odaka district had a population of 13.000 before the accident and people were prohibited from living there until August 2016. The current population is approximately 2.000. Most of the citizens evacuated to outside of the town and never come back. However, local people started to work for reconstruction and have kept living there.

▶About Kibou no Bokujo (The farm of hope)
There is a farm in a hazard area (20km area) of Fukushima to save abandoned lives. It is called Kibou no Bokujo (The farm of hope), run by Mr. Yoshizawa. He has been keeping around a hundred cows since the nuclear power plant accident for “remaining preserving the evidence of the nuclear power plant accident. Most of the livestock was killed after the accident by the government and you will never know how radioactive pollution affects living things. He still keeps his cows as the evidence of the nuclear power plant accident”. In his farm, cattle are starting to have strange symptoms and die one after one. We can still see cows in his farm.

Availability:
16th,22th,30th October

Meeting Point:
Akihabara station

Price Includes:
US$480

Price Doesn't Include:
food


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Price
: US$480 / Person
Place
: Tokyo, Japan
Duration
: 10 hours

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About LocalHost

► About Me
I have been working in MinamiSoma city which is located in North of Fukushima daiichi nuclear power plant as an NGO worker. I am strongly connected with local people.
We value “meeting people and talking with people in local” in this tour. We will be your translator and provide you opportunity to communicate with local people.

I operated aid project at temporary housing sites in MinamiSoma from 2011 to 2016. I guided many foreign guests in MinamiSoma. I guarantee a safe and interesting trip in Fukushima.

We will guide Fukushima to foreign customers with Japanese-English interpreters.
In this tour, me and one more former NGO worker will be accompany. Two Japanese-English translators will guide you.

Not only visiting. We want you to know the real Fukushima through this trip.-

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