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Cartoons

Kyaeen’s Fukushima Travel Report

Kyaeen’s Fukushima Travel Report:
In this cartoon about encounters with delicious fish and super sciences, a fictional story is told describing how the two members of "Kyaeen" visit Fukushima Prefecture and report on initiatives by the Soma-Futaba fisheries cooperative association, the safety of fish off the coast of Fukushima Prefecture, and the D-shuttle project by Fukushima High School Super Science Club.

Cartoons

Mama's Fukushima Tour! (3 episodes)

Mochiko, a mother of two and resident of Kansai region far away from Fukushima, participated in “Mama's Fukushima Tour!”. In these cartoons, she describes from her perspective as a mother what she actually saw, heard, ate and felt in Fukushima concerning questions about radiation that, as a parent with children, she wanted to learn about in detail.
*Fukushima Tour was conducted on October 23-24, 2019.

Report

Fukushima with Infographics

Ten years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. In ongoing efforts to eliminate negative reputation impact, we feel it is important to encourage people to “know about” Fukushima, “eat” foods from Fukushima, and “come” to Fukushima. “Fukushima with Infographics” is intended to introduce the current conditions of Fukushima’s revitalization in figures, such as food test results and the number of people visiting the prefecture.

Report

Fukushima with Infographics ~A ten-year history~

Using figures and charts, Fukushima Prefecture's journey of revitalization over the 10 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake is introduced in an easy to understand manner.

Brochure

Eliminating Negative Reputation Impact

This brochure briefly introduces changes in radiation dose rates in Fukushima, food safety standards and inspection results, radiation levels in Fukushima compared to other parts of the world, and the current conditions of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station.

TV Shows

Japan-Taiwan coproduction:
“My Hometown Fukushima - Why I live in Fukushima

In February 2020, a popular newscaster in Taiwan closely covered two foreigners who actually live in Fukushima.
This program describes from the perspective of foreigners the "charm of Fukushima" that can be understood only by actually living there. It also introduces current conditions of reconstruction, food safety and so on in Fukushima.

TV Shows

Magical Journey FUKUSHIMA - A New Leaf, A New Day #1

On the theme of "water", this traces water from the source to the sea as it introduces Fukushima's famous sake and agricultural products made from delicious water and the charm of the hot springs loved by the locals. It also communicates about safety through aspects such as the status of inspections and the local people's past efforts and thoughts regarding reconstruction.

TV Shows

Magical Journey FUKUSHIMA - A New Leaf, A New Day #2

On the theme of "water", this traces water from the source to the sea as it introduces Fukushima's famous sake and agricultural products made from delicious water and the charm of the hot springs loved by the locals. It also communicates about safety through aspects such as the status of inspections and the local people's past efforts and thoughts regarding reconstruction.

TV Shows

Magical Journey TOHOKU – A New Leaf, A New Day

While travelling along the 1,000 km "Michinoku Shiokaze Trail", this communicates the charm of Iwate and Miyagi and the efforts and thoughts of the local people through popular spots that also attract foreign tourists, such as the beautiful scenery that is representative of the Sanriku Coast, and ports that are leading oyster producing areas nationwide.