― Many pet animals died in tsunami waves too. Amid the unprecedentedly severe disaster, it was impossible to know how many pet animals were in the affected areas. The pet animals lef t in the evacuation zones in Fuku-shima Prefecture were taken into shelters built in the prefecture and run mainly by the prefectural and national governments. Some of the pet animals were returned to their owners, and others given to new owners. The shelter completed its mission in September 2014.
― What happened at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant?
― Is nuclear power the major source of power generation in Japan?
― How many nuclear reactors are there in Japan?
― What about current situation in Japan’s radiation dose?
― What kind of concrete measures are being taken for radiation protection?
― Is it OK to drink tap water during travel in Japan?
― Should travelers to Japan take iodine tablets?
― Are travelers allowed to enter the evacuation areas in Fukushima?
― Do I need special clothing when traveling in Japan?
― You don’t need any special clothing when traveling in Japan including Fukushima.
― What kind of measures are taken against radionuclide contamination of food?