福島から覚めて見る死の町・グーグル道路景観

青部分をクリックすると地図がでますので人形を見たいところに持っていくとパノラマ景観が見れます

(写真が無い場合はデータ無しと表示されます)。
Published on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 by Common Dreams

Ghost Towns Left in Fukushima’s Wake Shown in Google Street View

‘A permanent record of what happened’ in the nuclear disaster

– Jacob Chamberlain, staff writer

Screen Shot, Street View, Namie, JapanA deserted town within the area most affected by the Fukushima nuclear disaster of 2011 can now be seen up close via the online mapping service Google Street View, featured in Google maps.

Through the technology, one can now take a virtual stroll down the devastated and largely deserted streets of a once active seaside community, the city of Namie.

Namie was formerly home to 21,000 residents who have been unable to return since the disaster two years ago.

The streets remain mostly empty, barring rubble and litter left behind, a testament to the vast dangers of the nuclear industry.

“Those of us in the older generation feel that we received this town from our forbearers, and we feel great pain that we cannot pass it down to our children,” Namie Mayor Tamotsu Baba said.

“We want this Street View imagery to become a permanent record of what happened to Namie-machi in the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster.”

Google has been documenting the damage from the disaster over the past two years on the site, “Mirai e no kioku” —“memories for the future” — with Street View footage of several cities surrounding Fukushima from before and after the tsunami.

 

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