Radiation Contour Map prepared by Professor Hayakawa, Gunma University/6th edition











Radioactivity Level Maps by Area(Prefecture)/ prepared by the Ministry of Education,
Culture, Sports and Science and Technology, Japanese Government
(Reading from Airbone Monitoring)




Radioactivity Level Map for Tohoku and Kanto Area−Soil Contamination





For more wide area:Soil Contamination




Radiation Level Map for 1-meter from ground







Soil Contamination Maps and Radiation Level Maps for 1-meter position from the ground, by Prefecture




Fukushima Prefecture-Soil contamination




Fukushima Prefecture-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground




Akita Prefecture-Soil contamination




Akita Prefecture-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground




Yamagata Prefecture-Soil contamination




Yamagata Prefecture-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground




Ibaraki-Soil contamination




Chiba Prefecture-Soil contamination




Chiba Prefecture-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground




Gunma Prefecture-Soil contamination




Gunma Prefecture-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground




Niigata Prefecture-Soil contamination




Niigata Prefecture-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground




Saitama Prefecture-Soil contamination




Saitama Prefecture-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground




Tokyo Metropolitan Area-Soil contamination




Tokyo Metropolitan Are-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground




Kanagawa Prefecture-Soil contamination




Kanagawa Prefecture-Radiation level for 1-meter position from the ground





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Radioactivity Level monitoring Data: by the Ministry of Education
Monitoring information of environmental radioactivity level




Radiation Distribution Map-Minstry of Educaton ,Japan




Access here・・・・http://ramap.jaea.go.jp/map/





Sources of Information:

Sourec of maps・・・・・・・
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Source of Data:
Ministry of Education



Map of the level of iodine131 with the Fukuhima Daiiachi Power Plant Disaster



The Japan Atomic Energy Agency and the US Department of Energy have prepared and
published the map of the level of iodine-131, on 26th June, 2013.

The measurement activities were conducted after three weeks of the Fukushima power plant disaster.


The Japan Atomic Energy Agency

Web page of the Map