Travel to Japan, it needs to be reconsidered.
-written by Taecho.
Recently, Thai people travel to Japan a lot. Because the tour package in Japan is very cheap. Because the Japanese landscape is beautiful and the food is delicious, I have traveled to Japan two or three times a year in the past. However, I never go to Japan after the Fukushima nuclear power plant explosion that surprised the world.
Korea is next to Japan, so Koreans can easily go to Japan. There are many low-cost airlines, and Japanese prices are similar compared to Korea. The cost of meals at restaurants in Japan is very similar to that of Korea. Koreans like Japanese food. However, Koreans are hesitant about traveling to Japan.
The Japanese government does not provide accurate information about the Fukushima nuclear plant explosion to the Japanese and the world. The Japanese government has long been bent on hiding their information rather than making it public.
Although the Fukushima area has been contaminated by radiation, it still grows fruits and vegetables and sells them all over Japan Seven Eleven convenience stores, franchise restaurants and hotels in Japan buy Fukushima produce cheaply, then cook and sell it to consumers. The Japanese government is even trying to export Fukushima-made agricultural and fisheries products to the world around Southeast Asia.
Japanese intellectuals criticize the Japanese government's secrecy surrounding the Fukushima nuclear explosion. Greenpeace, a global NGO, called on the Japanese government and the Tokyo Electric Power Company to take extra precautions in the contaminated water and decontamination work that occurred after the Fukushima nuclear power plant explosion. However, Greenpeace's efforts were ineffective. This is because the Japanese government has closed its ears.
Recently, Japan was hit by several typhoons and polluted water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant flowed into the river and into the sea. As a result, radiation levels in some parts of Fukushima have risen more than 2,000 times compared to the past. For your information, after the Fukushima nuclear explosion, radiation flew more than 300 kilometers away from Tokyo as well as under Tokyo.
After the Fukushima accident, Fukushima residents, as well as intellectuals and wealthy people who lived within 300 kilometers south of Fukushima, moved to other provinces of Japan or moved to Hawaii, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
After the Fukushima nuclear accident, radiation-related diseases such as leukemia and thyroid cancer are increasing rapidly in the Fukushima region. In addition, plants and animals are becoming deformed because of DNA deformation. In fish, wild animals, and plants, deformities are common that are not seen in the past.
Numerous data on the Fukushima nuclear power plant can be found on Google. Before traveling to Japan, it is important to look up radioactive materials after the explosion at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan. I do not travel to Japan after the Fukushima nuclear accident although one of people that like Japan a lot. I don't even buy Japanese agricultural and fisheries products if possible. Because I can't give up my health.