Fukushima 1 day trip from Tokyo (Within 20 km of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant)

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  • ¥ 23,000
  • 12 hours
  • Max 8 Guests

TOKYO

On 11th March 2011, huge earthquake and Tsunami attacked East Japan without mercy. And what is worse, we lost control of Fukushima Daiichi nuclear pawer plant.
At present, more than 18,000 people are counted as Dead or Missing.
In this tour, we visit coast area of Fukushima. We visit three types areas along with the coast and understand the situation of past, present and future.
First area is where was attacked by Tsunami. You could understand how people took actions.
Second area is where people do not allow to live in because of high radiation dose. You could understand how the situation is terrible.
Third area is where people try to reconstruct their community. You could feel future of the area.
Hope you could get real of the disaster and Fukishima, and get something important things in your life.

HIGH LIGHT
• Visiting the area where were attacked by Tsunami
• Visiting the area people do not allow to live in because of high radiation dose
• Visiting the area people try to reconstruct their community

TOUR TIME
8:00 AM-8:00 PM(12 hours)
[Sample Itinerary]
8:00 am meet up at Tokyo Station
- area where were attacked by Tsunami
- area people do not allow to live in because of high radiation dose
- area people try to reconstruct their community
8:00 pm finish at Tokyo Station
DEPARTURE
RETURN LOCATION
Tokyo Station / Tokyo Station
Price(per 1 person)
23,000yen/Person
*Capacity: maximum 8 (If you want to go more people, please tell us.)
RETURN TIME
Approximately 8:00 PM.
INCLUDED
English guide
Transportation Service (Van)
NOT INCLUDED
Lunch (you)
Other expense
REMARKS
  • ・This tour contains much walking.
    So we recommend you to join with comfortable walking shoes.
  • ・All payment is expected before tour.
  • ・We estimate we would be exposed by radiation about "0.004 mSv.
  • If you come to Tokyo from New York by Plane, you would be exposed by radiation about 0.1 mSv (One way)

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