Tomioka (富岡町, Tomioka-machi?) est un bourg japonais (町, bourg japonais?, machi ou -chō) situé dans la préfecture de Fukushima.Sa population était début 2011 de 15 000 habitants mais la ville a été abandonnée suite à l'accident nucléaire de Fukushima, il ne reste qu'un habitant n'ayant pas voulu quitter sa ville.↑ http://www.lemonde.fr/japon/article/2014/03/10/dans-les-villes-mortes-autour-de-fukushima_4380447_1492975.html

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  • Tomioka (富岡町, Tomioka-machi?) est un bourg japonais (町, bourg japonais?, machi ou -chō) situé dans la préfecture de Fukushima.Sa population était début 2011 de 15 000 habitants mais la ville a été abandonnée suite à l'accident nucléaire de Fukushima, il ne reste qu'un habitant n'ayant pas voulu quitter sa ville.
  • Томиока (яп. 富岡町 Томиока-мати) — посёлок в Японии, находящийся в уезде Футаба префектуры Фукусима. Площадь посёлка составляет 68,47 км², население — 15 752 человека (1 июня 2010), плотность населения — 230,06 чел./км².12 марта 2011 года посёлок был массово эвакуирован, в связи с нанесённым вредом аварией на АЭС Фукусима I и землетрясением 11 марта.В непосредственной близости находится АЭС Фукусима II мощностью 4.400 МВт.
  • Tomioka (富岡町, Tomioka-machi?) è una cittadina del Giappone situata nella prefettura di Fukushima.
  • 富岡町(とみおかまち)は、福島県双葉郡の中心にある町。東京電力福島第二原子力発電所がある。平成23年(2011年)に発生した福島第一原子力発電所事故の影響により、同年3月17日以降、仮役場を郡山市にあるビッグパレットふくしま内に設置している。
  • Tomioka (富岡町, Tomioka-machi) is an abandoned city located in Futaba District, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.As of 31 January 2011, the town had an estimated population of 15,839, with 6,293 households. The total area is 68.47 km2 (26.44 sq mi). The town is famous for having one of the longest cherry blossom tunnels in Japan. It has a friendship agreement with Auckland, New Zealand, and a New Zealand teacher was sent to Tomioka each year to teach at the Junior and Elementary schools. Tomioka is the location for the Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power Plant, owned by the Tokyo Electric Power Company.The town of Tomioka is divided into two main districts, each with their own train station. To the south is Tomioka, which is the main area. To the north, on top of the hill, is Yonomori, a smaller and much newer neighborhood. Though the two areas operate under one government, physical distance makes them feel like two separate towns.Tomioka was adversely affected by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, and the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011. Besides sustaining considerable damage from the tsunami (which devastated the coastal area) and earthquake, the town was evacuated en masse on the morning of March 12 once the nuclear situation became clear. As it is well within the 20 kilometer radius around the damaged power plant, residents are not allowed to return at the present time. Only one man, 54–55-year-old fifth-generation rice farmer Naoto Matsumura, with his dog, lives there, feeding the pets and livestock left behind in his neighborhood with supplies donated by support groups. On March 25, 2013, the nuclear evacuation zone in Tomioka was revised. Japanese authorities decided to set three different zones according to different levels of radiation.
  • Tomioka (jap. 富岡町, -machi) ist eine Stadt im Landkreis Futaba in der japanischen Präfektur Fukushima.Das Kernkraftwerk Fukushima Daini erstreckt sich im Süden der Gemeinde und in der Nachbargemeinde Naraha.
  • 도미오카 정(일본어: 富岡町)은 일본 후쿠시마 현 후타바 군의 정이다. 면적은 68.47km²이고 인구는 2010년 1월 1일 기준으로 15,736명이다. 도쿄 전력 후쿠시마 제2 원자력 발전소가 있다.
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  • Tomioka (富岡町, Tomioka-machi?) est un bourg japonais (町, bourg japonais?, machi ou -chō) situé dans la préfecture de Fukushima.Sa population était début 2011 de 15 000 habitants mais la ville a été abandonnée suite à l'accident nucléaire de Fukushima, il ne reste qu'un habitant n'ayant pas voulu quitter sa ville.↑ http://www.lemonde.fr/japon/article/2014/03/10/dans-les-villes-mortes-autour-de-fukushima_4380447_1492975.html
  • Томиока (яп. 富岡町 Томиока-мати) — посёлок в Японии, находящийся в уезде Футаба префектуры Фукусима. Площадь посёлка составляет 68,47 км², население — 15 752 человека (1 июня 2010), плотность населения — 230,06 чел./км².12 марта 2011 года посёлок был массово эвакуирован, в связи с нанесённым вредом аварией на АЭС Фукусима I и землетрясением 11 марта.В непосредственной близости находится АЭС Фукусима II мощностью 4.400 МВт.
  • Tomioka (富岡町, Tomioka-machi?) è una cittadina del Giappone situata nella prefettura di Fukushima.
  • 富岡町(とみおかまち)は、福島県双葉郡の中心にある町。東京電力福島第二原子力発電所がある。平成23年(2011年)に発生した福島第一原子力発電所事故の影響により、同年3月17日以降、仮役場を郡山市にあるビッグパレットふくしま内に設置している。
  • Tomioka (jap. 富岡町, -machi) ist eine Stadt im Landkreis Futaba in der japanischen Präfektur Fukushima.Das Kernkraftwerk Fukushima Daini erstreckt sich im Süden der Gemeinde und in der Nachbargemeinde Naraha.
  • 도미오카 정(일본어: 富岡町)은 일본 후쿠시마 현 후타바 군의 정이다. 면적은 68.47km²이고 인구는 2010년 1월 1일 기준으로 15,736명이다. 도쿄 전력 후쿠시마 제2 원자력 발전소가 있다.
  • Tomioka (富岡町, Tomioka-machi) is an abandoned city located in Futaba District, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.As of 31 January 2011, the town had an estimated population of 15,839, with 6,293 households. The total area is 68.47 km2 (26.44 sq mi). The town is famous for having one of the longest cherry blossom tunnels in Japan. It has a friendship agreement with Auckland, New Zealand, and a New Zealand teacher was sent to Tomioka each year to teach at the Junior and Elementary schools.
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