Day 5 after the quake.
I'm still in Tokyo and my family – at least women and children – in Kobe. So far, so good.
People – Foreigners such as Japanese – are apparently divided into two camps: The, have more afraid of the aftershocks, and the, have more fear of nuclear. I belonged to the second group, But the powerful quake last night (Yamanashi/Shizuoka) and at noon today (Chiba) let me momentarily drift off to the first group.
What can you say to the NPP. Everything is bad, and after the last people were removed, It is definitely not better. According to experts of several reassuring reports Tokyo is probably pretty safe. I bet it does not finish, But at some believe something must be yes.
Japan hat rund 30% its refineries “lost” – they are either destroyed or closed as a precaution. This becomes especially noticeable north.
The current is in and around Tokyo nachwievor more or less off schedule, But there is much confusion about, because times are changing constantly.
In recent days, it was also easily made without heating, But today there is a cold snap across the country, what the situation especially in the north, energy technology but should also be aggravating to Tokyo.
After all, almost every endeavor, To save energy – reduced opening times and partial illumination are two popular measures.
It looks like in my city / apartment now, I do not know, but the representation, from Thursday to again supply water to, has been canceled and postponed to a date to be determined.
Well; While it was almost impossible yesterday, in a convenience store here to find something edible in Ebisu, It looked a lot better today. There were things – more than I thought. Up to normal but it is still a step, but the first is of secondary importance.
Meanwhile there was already the first donation from a loyal reader in me. Thank you very much! Sure, this event also tear into our household budget more or less deep holes, But I hope, at this time, that we are already done so. Among other things, so I'm still in Tokyo.
Anyone wishing to donate, I would therefore prefer “Doctors Without Borders” commend. I support the organization every month for years and I firmly, that the organization is very, makes a lot of. Currently they are also more active in the earthquake area in Japan. And though long after the THW. That could have been there, really looking good.
- The media and news from Germany I express myself better for the time being not, messages such as “Geiger counters sold in Germany” etc.. make me tame.
- Now it's official: I am Japanese! Proof, see here:
Here is a blog of a Japanese man of German can