Japan Starts Power Saving Program After Nuclear Restart

This Monday Japan began their electricity saving targets as the country eyes a power shortfall over the hot summer, despite the weekend restart of a nuclear reactor. The government has requested households and businesses in central and western Japan to voluntarily cut consumption...

Fukushima Station Released More Radiation than Expected

The wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan, released more than twice the amount of radiation estimated by the Japanese government. Tepco (Tokyo Electric Power Co.’s) emitted 35,800 terabecquerels of radioactive cesium 137 at the height of the disaster. Japan’s nuclear regulator...

Japan Will Pump Radioactive Water into the Sea

Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco) announced last Monday that they would pump over 10,000 tons of radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant. This action would allow the plant to keep water with higher levels of radioactivity. The water that will be thrown into the sea...

Japan Seeks to Promote its Tourism

In wild attempt to restart the tourism back to a country plagued with radiation fears and earthquake sequels The Japan Tourism Agengy’s proposed a campaign of 10,000 free roundtrip tickets. As a condition the travelers must publicize their trip on blogs and social media sites....

Japan Registers a New Seism

A 6,4 seism occurred in the northeast of Japan, in the prefecture of Fukushima, Tokyo also felt the quake and several buildings were trembled. According to the Japanese weather agency, the earthquake occurred at 03:54 hours (local time). The source of the seism was in the sea in...