We had a big earthquake in Mito at midnight.
I heard my Android phone beep.
The Meteorological Agency said that Mito had a quake of three on the Japanese scale.
I felt it was more terrible than reported.
Takahagi, where was barely survived the tsunami last year, shook the most seriously today, measuring a lower five on the Japanese scale.
I’ve got anxious about Tokai NPP again.
Since I learned at an anti-nuke seminar that nuclear fuel rods were so fragile, I was afraid of another meltdown for all time in 2011.
Tokai Village has two nuclear power plants; one has already stopped, and the other is under maintenance.
That means Tokai No.2 NPP might resume, so we must consider what we would do if it exploded due to a big earthquake.
I don’t even want to imagine my residence hit by a nuclear power plant explosion.