Japan’s Fukushima recovers from 2011 nuclear disaster

Apr 08, 2020

Fukushima (Japan), April 8, 2020 (ANI): This is “Fukushima agriculture technology center”, which inspects and studies the effect of the radioactive substance of food product in Fukushima. This list is the result of the detection of radiation substance of marine product such as fish. For example, “Sirasu” fish taken from Iwaki city is tested as per the Japanese standard. Japan’s government considers fish with more than 100 becquerels per kilogram unsafe for consumption. The result shows non-detection due to a smaller number than the value 8.44 of Cesium 134 and the value 7.1 of Cesium 134. In addition, 28 other types of fish are also undetected, so it's safe. In addition, the center publishes new research results obtained by undergoing radiation testing of food product. By radiation measurement and inspection saltwater fish and freshwater fish marked zero level or lowest level. This map shows the country that dispatched a delegation to this facility. Deep green shows the country that many people visited to inspect it for radiation monitoring. This is a market for the agricultural product in Fukushima Prefecture. Fukushima Prefecture is famous for its agricultural and livestock industry in Japan. In the store, there are files of the radiation measurement. After measurement of food safety, the people here are enjoying fresh and delicious Fukushima food. This figure shows how long time has passed since March 11, 2011 of the Great East Japan Earthquake. It is an important time for Japanese people and meaning expectations for a bright future.