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Japan Wonder Travel

Fukushima, Japan
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About Japan Wonder Travel
We operate the tour to visit Fukushima Disaster Area (within 20 km of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant). We would show you the real situation of Fukushima. We hope this experience would remove misunderstanding of Fukushima. We believe this unique tour makes guests' trip special and locals' life wealthy in mental and physical aspects.
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Fukushima disaster area day tour from Tokyo (Within 20 km of Fukushima Daiichi)

Visit an area that few people gain access to these days, on this interesting day trip to Fukushima from Tokyo. See where the tsunami hit in 2011, and the former residential zones that are now abandoned. Travel to within 12 miles (20 kilometers) of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, damaged during the earthquake, but stay safe with the help and knowledge of your guide.
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12 hours
from $260.00

Fukushima Disaster Area 2-Day Tour from Tokyo

On March 11, 2011, the Great East Japan Earthquake happened. It was a magnitude 9.0–9.1 and the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in Japan.

The earthquake triggered a powerful Tsunami that reached a maximum of 40.5 meters and traveled up to 10 km inland. At present, more than 15,000 people are counted as dead and over 2,500 people as still missing. Even worse, we lost control of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

On this tour, we visit the coastal area of Fukushima. We hope you can get a real perspective of the damage caused by the disaster and the effect it had on Fukushima. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and can have an important impact on your life.
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2 days
from $450.00

Virtual Fukushima Disaster Area Tour

We introduce about Great East Japan Earthquake happened in March 2011. We focus on earthquake, Tsunami and Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident. And show you how the town, people and industry in the area have been changed.
We usually operate real tour to visit Fukushima Disaster Area. This tour is virtual tour for people who want to know about Fukushima disaster area or who are searching unique destination in Japan.
We can also support making your itinerary in Japan!
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1 hour
from $10.00
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Had a great 2 days exploring Fukushima with JWT. The staff were very friendly. It was great to hear the first-hand stories of the people who experienced it.
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I seriously recommend this 2-day tour by Japan Wonder Travel. I was on the two day tour and it was extremely eye opening- but also very fun because it was filled with a lot of genuine people who were fun to spend time with. I had done a lot of research about Fukushima for school
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Fascinating visit to see the aftermath of the events of March 11th 2011. Our guide was very informed and kept us educated on the events during the tour. Meeting some locals who experienced the event was very worthwhile. It is a long day, but definitely worth it.
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Dispelling myths, facing hard facts and hearing people's both heartwarming heartbreaking stories, this tour gives an insight into the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami and its ongoing ramifications for those in the north of Japan. Particularly impactful: Yoshizawa san, who
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I have been in Japan for over 3 months now and this is the most unique experience I have had so far. Quite possibly the greatest tragedy of this early century, this tour gives you an inside experience to the aftermath of this catastrophe. The tour was expertly handled and I felt
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