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Fukushima Revitalization

"The 2011 earthquake off the Pacific coast of Tohoku", which occurred at 14:36 JST on March 11 2011 with the epicenter in the Sanriku offshore, was a magnitude 9.0 undersea megathrust earthquake, that is, the most powerful one on record. It was accompanied by large quakes marking an intensity of 7 and with big seismic sea waves (tsunamis) affecting wide areas.

To achieve the reconstruction and recovery of Fukushima Prefecture, not only making restorative efforts but also the initiatives must be taken. Consequently, the construction of bases for research and development as well as creation of industries are in progress.

The triple disaster of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear accident

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TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi NPS accident

  • Damage at the Power Station
  • Damage Response
  • Reactors 1-6 after the accident
  • Current situation of reactors
  • Marine Monitoring

Fukushima Revitalization

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Radiation status in Fukushima Prefecture

  • Changes in radiation doses
  • Comparison with global data
  • Fukushima Prefecture's radioactivity measurement map

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Evacuation designated zones

  • Transition of evacuation designated zones
  • Regarding acitivities in the evacuation designated zones
  • Change in the number of the triple disaster evacuees

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Health of residents of the prefecture

  • Residents' health survey results and comparison with other prefectures' data
  • Fukushima Global Medical Science Center

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Promotion of renewable energy

  • Objectives and facilities
  • Cooperation with global advanced regions

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Concentration of medical industries

Capitalizing on its position as one of the major producers of medical devices, Fukushima Prefecture is promoting itself as a hub for medical device industries in cooperation with government, industry and academia. (Linked to the special page) (Fukuhima Medical Device Development Support Centre)

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Innovation Coast Framework

  • International decommissioning research and development center (i.e. radioactive substance analysis and research facilities)
  • Robotic technology development center with an indoor demonstration and test area
  • International industry-academia-government cooperation bases