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Results of the monitoring on radioactivity level in fishery products

In accordance with the  “Concepts of Inspection Planning and the Establishment and Cancellation of Items and Areas to which Restriction of Distribution and/or Consumption of Foods concerned Applies,”  the Fisheries Agency, in cooperation with the relevant prefectural governments and organizations, has been regularly conducting monitoring of radioactive materials in the fishery products at the major fishing ports in Fukushima and adjacent prefectures since the accident of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station (FDNPS) of Tokyo Electric Power Company following the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. 

 At a total of 168,380 fishery product samples has been monitored (as of September 30, 2021) since the FDNPS accident. The result represents a significant trend that the radioactive cesium excess ratio has decreased and recently very few fishery products exceed the Japanese maximum level (100Bq/kg). Shipment restrictions have been lifted for the great majority of marine fish species and thereby they are traded at the market without any radiological restrictions in Japan.

1.Summary of monitoring results(Cs134+Cs137) on fishery products(As of  September 30,2021)


 

Note:  This graph is a compilation of the monitoring results of Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency, the prefecture, and fishery organizations. 

2.  Annual monitoring results of fishery products 

Radioactive cesium

 Note:  This data sheet is a compliation of monitoring results released by prefectual government

Multiple radionuclides(Sr, Cs, I, Pu, Am)

 Note:  This data sheet is a compliation of monitoring results released by Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency

3. Data source 

  • This data is incorporated in the results of above Section1 and 2. 

3-1. Japan Fisheries Research and Education Agency(Japanese only)

3-2. Individual monitoring results released by prefectural governments

Hokkaido

Aomori

Iwate

(Japanese only)

Miyagi

Akita

(Japanese only)

Yamagata

(Japanese only)

Fukushima

Ibaraki

(Japanese only)

Tochigi

(Japanese only)

Gunma

Saitama

(Japanese only)

Chiba※1

(Japanese only)

Tokyo

(Japanese only)

Kanagawa※2

Niigata

(Japanese only)

Yamanashi

(Japanese only)

1  Fish landed at ports in Chiba prefecture, is monitored by Fishers' Cooperatives and the results are published by Chiba prefecture.
2  Website of Kanagawa prefecture includes results of monitoring conducted by municipalities in Kanagawa prefecture (such as Yokohama city). 

3-3.  Individual monitoring results released by  fisheries associations 



4.  Reference

4-1. Summary for understanding the monitoring of radioactive materials in fishery products(As of January 2020)

4-2. Report on the monitoring of radionuclides in fishery products(As of October 2017)

  • This report is compiled by the Fisheries Agency of Japan to provide a comprehensive evaluation of the results of radionuclides monitoring conducted on fishery products in the years since the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station accident.
  • Full Report (PDF:9,726KB)
  • Summary(PDF:3,830KB)




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