More than 11 years have passed since the accident at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, and in June, the work-starting ceremony at the Futaba Town Office in Fukushima Prefecture, which aims to start the return of residents in some areas, was held at the evacuation destination Iwaki. Held in the city, Mayor Shiro Izawa advised, "It will be a turbulent year for Futaba Town. I want to take the lead in the reconstruction, so I want all the staff to go in the same direction." Did.

In Futaba Town, the evacuation of all residents is the only municipality around the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, and more than 11 years have passed since the nuclear accident. I am aiming for that.

At the Futaba Town Hall Iwaki Office, a work start ceremony was held on the morning of the 4th, and Mayor Izawa said in front of about 40 staff members, "This is a turbulent one for Futaba Town, such as the return of residents and the reopening of the office in the town. It will be a year. I don't know what can be done to improve the environment where the townspeople can return to live, but I want to take the lead in working on the reconstruction of the town, so I would like to give the same direction to the staff. I want you to move forward. "

In Futaba Town, "preparatory accommodation" will start on the 20th of this month, where residents will sleep in preparation for rebuilding their lives prior to the cancellation of the evacuation order.