Today I will write about the present circumstances around the Tokyo.
・The data of Tokyo by Tokyo Metro Government
I think that this amount of radiation causes no harm. Right?
Cup noodles and rice had been sold out for several days.
However, we can buy almost all kinds of food now. I don’t worry about food.
We can’t buy a few kind of vegetable but this is small problem.
Every day each water supply corporation measures the radiation level and the result is put on each city government website.
In recent days radioactive iodine hasn’t been undetected.
Perhaps the maximum amount of radioactive iodine in Tokyo is about 200 Bq only for one or two days.
However, most mineral water are sold out despite the fact that water is safe.
I drink both tap water and mineral water just in case.
I don’t mind even if the mineral water is short.
4 Electric outrage
Every day rolling blackouts are planned by TEPCO.
However, an electric outrage happened only an hour or two hours per week.
5 Train and bus
The frequency of some trains are reduced by about 15 percent, but we can ride most of the train and bus.
Shop hour reduced at most of the departments and stores. However, we don’t have a big trouble.
7 Museum and Zoo
Most of the museums and zoos are opened or will be opened soon. For example famous Ueno zoo and Tokyo Disny Land will be opened since in early April.
We have been able to buy gasoline easily at some gasoline stations since a week ago.
9 People’s mind
I read the news that some people living around the Tokyo suffered PTSD because of the tragic news. However, most of the people are living as usual.
Certainly the devastated area were badly affected，but totally we living in Japan can live as usual.
Now we should become cheerful to help other people.
The one of the problems is that many people from other countries didn’t come to Japan. There are many harmful rumors and misinformation.
We need to receive many visitors to liven up Japan.
If you’ll come to Japan, I will guide you around Tokyo and Kawagoe town although I can’t speak English fluently.
I like this post written by David.
“Should I cancel my trip to Japan?”