The first public lodge building is completed in the future after the nuclear power plant accident Fukushima Futaba Town September 5 22:10

Shortly after nine years and a half after the Great East Japan Earthquake and the accident at the nuclear power plant, a tradition building that conveys the record of the nuclear power plant accident to future generations was completed as the first public facility in Futaba-cho, Fukushima Prefecture, and a private exhibition will take place on the 5th. I was broken.

The prefectural "Great East Japan Earthquake/Nuclear Accident Tradition Museum", which conveys the record of the earthquake and the accident of the Tokyo Electric Power Company Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant to future generations, will open in Futaba Town, Fukushima Prefecture on the 20th of this month.

The Denkan Museum, which is the first public facility to convey the records of disasters caused by the nuclear accident, was opened to the press on the 5th before it opened.

In the exhibition room, there are about 150 photographs and materials that show the state of the tsunami and nuclear accident at the time.

Of these, the whiteboard of the off-site center in Okuma Town, which became the base for responding to the accident, recorded the evacuation of residents by helicopter, etc., showing the chaos immediately after the accident.

The photo panel on the signboard with the slogan “Nuclear energy for the bright future” in Futaba, where the nuclear power plant is located, shows that the local community has actively promoted nuclear power until the accident occurred.

A local storyteller will also be stationed at this lore.

Kenichi Watanabe, director of the Fukushima Lifelong Learning Division, says, "It's been nine and a half years since the earthquake, but I want people to know what happened in Fukushima and think about the disaster as my own thing." It was