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Fukushima is your best choice! Fukushima offers full-fledged support!

We would heartily like to extend our gratitude to people all over the world for the abundance of support and cooperation that we have received since the Great East Japan Earthquake occurred.

Although the Great East Japan Earthquake and the accident at the Tokyo Electric Power Co., Inc. Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station greatly affected Fukushima Prefecture, currently, air radiation levels in the prefecture show no significant difference from the rest of the prefectures in Japan except part of the restricted area.
In addition, primary products produced in the prefecture are all strictly screened several times at stages of production, distribution and consumption respectively, and we are confidently shipping only primary products that are confirmed to be safe. 2020 is the year of Tokyo Olympics & Paralympics, marking 10 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake. In that respect, citizens of the prefecture are committed to show people from all around the world the fully revitalized situation of the prefecture in solidarity for the revitalization

The prefecture is located within a 200 km zone from Tokyo, and has about 2 million citizens. As express traffic systems are well developed here and the distance from Tokyo to the prefecture is about 1 hour and 20 minutes by Shinkansen, tourists and business people are likely to visit the prefecture every day for its high level of convenience. The prefecture is proud to be the third largest prefecture in Japan, and is divided into three regions, the Aizu, Central and Coastal regions.

Three regions have distinctive climates, nature and culture, so people can enjoy leisure activities in the nature and top class hot springs. In addition, sports facilities are available for various needs ranging from training for top athletes to sport for citizens.

We will make every possible means to prepare for visits by people who will be visiting Japan for the pre-training camp and viewing of the games when 2020 Tokyo Olympics & Paralympics are held. We are committed to supporting athletes around the world who will be visiting the prefecture for the pre-training camp with heartfelt hospitality in the nature-rich environment, and will help them play in the best condition during the games. See you here in Fukushima!

Camp grounds in this area