Radioactive Japan: 14,210 Bq/Kg Of Cesium Next To Chiba Schools

14,210 Bq/Kg of cesium beside school in Chiba (Fukushima Diary, April 25, 2012):

Noda city Chiba measured 14,210 Bq/Kg and 8,650 Bq/Kg of cesium from soil taken in street gutters beside schools, announced on 4/24/2012.

On 4/17/2012, Noda city took samples from street gutters beside 6 elementary schools and 2 junior high schools. They measured 14,210 Bq/Kg and 8,650 Bq/Kg of cesium at 2 of 8 locations but it is not announced where those 2 locations are.

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Prof. Yukio Hayakawa Measures Radiation Levels In Abiko City And Kashiwa City In Chiba

Professor Yukio Hayakawa Takes a “Radioactive Walk” In Abiko City and Kashiwa City in Chiba (EX-SKF, April 19, 2012):

The Gunma University professor took a walk in part of Abiko City and Kashiwa City, in the so-called “Tokatsu area” in the northwest corner of Chiba Prefecture with elevated radiation levels.

He says there is a statistically significant difference between the radiation levels on the ground levels and the levels at 1 meter off the ground, with the levels at 1 meter off the ground 20 to 30% less than at the ground levels.

The radiation levels of “black dust” he found along the way (in microsievert/hour):

2.676
3.767
2.489
1.556

Professor Hayakawa’s walk from Abiko City to Kashiwa-no-ha in Kashiwa City on April 16, 2012:

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Kashiwa, Chiba: Tap Water At 186 Bq/Kg

186 Bq/Kg from tap water in Kashiwa (Fukushima Diary, April 7, 2012):

A Japanese magazine reported they measured 186 Bq/kg from tap water in Kashiwa.

186 Bq/kg from tap water in Kashiwa Chiba (3/14/2012)

147 Bq/kg from tap water in Kashiwa Chiba (3/24/2012)

62 Bq/kg from tap water in Tokyo (3/14/2012)

31 Bq/kg from tap water after filtering in Tokyo (3/14/2012)

They used the dosemeter named JG22N. JG22N picks up beta ray and converted it into the energy of cesium 137.

It therefore might have picked up strontium, iodine, and tritium and converted it all to cesium 137.

Tritium has almost never been measured from tap water or rain though it acts exactly like water.

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Radioactive Japan: 1.17 μSv/h Detected In Kashiwa City, Chiba Pref.

1.17μSv/h in Kashiwa Chiba (Fukushima Diary, Mar 19, 2012):


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Just for reader’s information, at the check point of off-limits area, where is 30km area from Chernobyl, it is 0.4μSv/h.

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Prof. Yukio Hayakawa’s Walk With His Survey Meter In Nagareyama-Kashiwa In Chiba Pref.

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Prof. Yukio Hayakawa’s Walk with his Survey Meter in Nagareyama-Kashiwa in Chiba Prefecture (EX-SKF, Feb. 19, 2012):

Radiation levels remain elevated in Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. It was in Kashiwa that 450,000 becquerels/kg of radioactive cesium was found from the soil near the drain in the public space in the middle of the city. There is a strange (to me anyway) collaboration between the city and the citizen volunteers to decontaminate the city.

Before the Fukushima I Nuke Plant accident, the background radiation level in Kashiwa City must have been no higher than the average in Chiba, which was 0.03 microsievert/hour (see this site). Now, as Professor Hayakawa’s walk shows, it is 10 times that in many locations. Contrary to a belief by some in Japan that there was no radioactive plume that went south from Fukushima through Ibaraki to Chiba, Tokyo and Kanagawa, these elevated radiation levels in Kashiwa City are the evidence that the plume did in fact come.

Radioactive Tomato in Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture

#Radioactive Tomato in Kashiwa City, Chiba Prefecture (EX-SKF, Dec. 22, 2011):

18.5 becquerels/kg of radioactive cesium has been detected from tomatoes grown in Kashiwa City in Chiba Prefecture. The survey was done by one of the largest supermarket chain AEON.

From Savechild.net (12/23/2011):

大 手スーパーのイオンは2011年11月8日、食品の放射性物質に対する調査を強化すると発表しました。そして、結果をホームページで公開しています。水産 物ではたまにセシウムが検出されていましたが、野菜はずっと「検出せず」でした。しかし、12月22日に発表された「イオン農場農産物」の結果では、千葉 県産のトマトから18.5ベクレル/kg検出したことを公表しました。

The large supermarket chain AEON announced on November 8 that it would conduct a more thorough analysis of radioactive materials in food items, and it has been publishing the results on its homepage. There has been occasional detection of radioactive cesium in marine products, but never in vegetables. However, according to the result published on December 22, 18.5 becquerels/kg of radioactive cesium was detected from tomatoes grown in a contract farm in Chiba Prefecture.

The tomatoes in question were tested on December 15, according to the AEON’s webpage.

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Extremely High Levels Of Radiation Detected At 2 Schools In Chiba Prefecture

High levels of radiation detected at 2 schools in Chiba Prefecture (Mainichi, Oct. 26, 2011):

ABIKO, Chiba — High levels of radiation have been detected on the premises of two elementary schools here, local education authorities have revealed.

According to the Abiko Municipal Board of Education, 11.3 microsieverts of radiation per hour was detected just above the surface of the ground near a ditch in the compounds of the Abiko Municipal Daiichi Elementary School on Sept. 15. The amount was 1.7 microsieverts in the air 50 centimeters above the ground.

Soil had piled up in the ditch, which had been damaged by growing tree roots, a situation similar to a residential area of the Chiba Prefecture city of Kashiwa where 57.5 microsieverts per hour was detected.

Radioactive cesium amounting to 60,768 becquerels per 1 kilogram of soil was found in the ditch.

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Kashiwa City’s Radioactive Dirt: 276,000 Bq/Kg of Cesium!!!!!

Kashiwa City’s Radioactive Dirt: 276,000 Bq/Kg of Cesium (EX-SKF, Oct. 22, 2011):

The highly radioactive dirt in Kashiwa City in Chiba, which measured 57.5 microsieverts/hr 30 centimeters below the surface, was not from radium after all or any other nuclides that are used in industrial or medical use (some suggested cobalt-60, for example). It was from radioactive cesium.

On October 22 Kashiwa City announced the result of the analysis of three dirt samples from the location at different depth (one on the surface, two at 30 centimeter deep). The analysis was done on October 22. The unit is becquerels per kilogram:

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High Radiation Dose Readings Marked In Spots In Tokyo, Chiba

Tokyo is not safe:

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‘Severely Contaminated Hotspots’ Found In Tokyo

Prof. Chris Busby: ‘Very High Level Of Contamination Even As Far South As Tokyo. For Example, We Found One Sample In Tokyo That Had Levels Of Radioactivity Higher Than Levels Inside The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. It’s A Very Serious Matter’


High radiation dose readings marked in spots in Tokyo, Chiba (Mainichi/Kyodo News, Oct. 13, 2011):

TOKYO (Kyodo) — High radiation doses were reported Thursday in spots in Tokyo and neighboring Chiba Prefecture, both over 200 kilometers away from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, with their readings found to exceed current dose levels in some evacuation zones around the plant.

Airborne radiation of up to 3.35 microsieverts per hour was recorded Thursday along a sidewalk in a residential area in Tokyo’s Setagaya Ward in an inspection commissioned by the ward, and a citizens’ group detected up to 5.82 microsieverts close to the ground at a children’s theme park in Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture, local officials said.

While officials are still investigating whether the radiation resulted from the nuclear accident, the levels detected were both higher than the 2.17 microsieverts per hour measured Wednesday at the village office in Iitate, Fukushima Prefecture. The village is 45 kilometers from the plant and designated as an evacuation zone due to the relatively high radiation.

Funabashi is about 210 km from the Fukushima plant, while Setagaya is about 230 km away.

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