Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Another Hot Spot in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo? 7.356 Microsieverts/Hr in Front of High-Rise Apartment

1 hour ago on Twitter, from someone who actually measured it with his HORIBA Radi PA-1000. It seems he has already notified the city hall.

Picture on his tweet:

In his later tweets, he identifies the location as the front entrance of a high rise apartment building ("mansion" in Japanese). This one.

10 comments:

kintaman said...

I am so glad I left Tokyo especially when I see videos like this. It amazes me that real estate companies are still selling mansions and homes.

Are people still buying since 3-11? I imagined that the real estate market would have grinded to a halt or there would be panic selling but that does not appear to be the case. Can anyone confirm? If you wanted to sell a mansion now in Tokyo could you get near the same price as you would before 3-11? How about buying, are the prices lower now or the same?

Anonymous said...

There are too many hot spots and radium bottles in Tokyo... another one was found in Meguro:
http://news.nifty.com/cs/headline/detail/kyodo-2011111001000527/1.htm

BTW, thank you very much for keeping us informed of what's going on!

Anonymous said...

What is the story with all these radium bottles? They're being found by themselves, no other objects associated with them?

Little gifts for the future from the past? WTF

Anonymous said...

This device only measures gamma. It is probably detecting cesium only. I wonder if there is any alpha or beta emitters in this area.

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kerdasi amaq said...

I'd suppose that some good for nothings were hired to dispose of radium, which they buried in new construction sites.

Anonymous said...

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Biogreg777 said...

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Anonymous said...

"I'd suppose that some good for nothings were hired to dispose of radium, which they buried in new construction sites."

I think you are right. Some money and time were saved. That's the way it works in Japan. The guy that smiles to your face is going to fleece you if he can. But politely.

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