Taking visual from this video– same concentration as Fukushima headed our way
Radioactivity too high to measure–TEPCO–instruments maxed out beyond Fukushima evacuation zone Video
Image provided by Tokyo Electric Power Company, contaminated water draining into the ocean at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station
Citing the earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan on March 11, the Japanese government has temporarily “paused” its tourism marketing efforts, Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) President Takatoshi Mamiya said in an update issued this week to global travelers.
Mamiya’s statement reads:
“JNTO would like to express our sympathy and condolences to all the people who have been affected by the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11, 2011. We would also like to express our sincere respect and gratitude to those who have been involved with the relief and recovery efforts.
“We are very fortunate to have received many warm messages, encouragement, and support from all over the world; especially we know many citizens, regardless of their origin and nationality, have made generous contributions to relief organizations such as the Red Cross.
“The devastating disaster has had an enormous impact on Japan’s inbound tourism. While many areas in Japan remained unaffected by the disaster, they are also suffering from the sudden decrease in international visitors. We are deeply concerned that this will not only affect Japan’s tourism industry directly, but also will have a very negative impact on our industry partners around the world.
“JNTO is committed to provide timely information on the current situation to the travel industry and to the public through our website; however, considering there still exists some possibility of aftershocks and the highest priority has to be given to rescue and relief efforts, the Japanese government has decided to pause its tourism promotion activities temporarily.
“Once the situation in Japan stabilizes, we will strive to resume all promotional activities as soon as possible. We look forward to warmly welcoming our visitors in the very near future, and thank you again for your continuous support.”
For current updates about the state of travel to and within Japan, visit the JNTO website at www.japantravelinfo.com.
“Immediately off the coast”… Not just from one source:
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As a precaution, American Doctors are urging Americans to take Potassium Iodide (Iodine) pills or liquid solutions
h/t to Jean Stoner
Source: True Health Is True Wealth