Not just for the date, but for the entire month.
24 Dec 2016 – Around 6,000 people spent last night at New Chitose Airport in Hokkaido after the northern Japanese prefecture was hit by its heaviest December snowfall in 50 years, according to the airport operator Hokkaido Airport Terminal Co. Continue reading »
From the article:
Shortly before Saturday’s quake hit, an alert was broadcast on television and radio through an early warning system established by the weather agency, and programmes were interrupted on NHK.
“Make yourself safe, turn off the gas, beware of falling objects, and if you are outside do not approach the coast,” a broadcaster said.
– Powerful 6.9-magnitude quake shakes northern Japan (Asia Pacific News,/AFP, Feb 2, 2013):
TOKYO: A powerful 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck northern Japan on Saturday, causing strong tremors across Hokkaido island but no damage to several nuclear facilities in the region, officials said.
– “Beef labelled as from Hokkaido, but the tracking code tells it’s grown in Fukushima” (Fukushima Diary, Nov 30, 2012):
Introducing important tweets as [Express] for simultaneous updates.
産地が明記されてい ても安心できないという現実。生育地だけでなく飼料も問題。RT：矢板市のダイ〇ーで購入した「北海道産」牛肉の個体識別番号を検索。出生は確かに北海道 だったがH22.12.25から23.10.30まで南相馬市にいた牛だった。これを福島産と表示しなくて良いのだろうか
— cyclechabumaroさん (@cyclochabumaro) 11月 30, 2012
You can’t be reassured by the label of origin. and it’s not only the origin, but also where the feed is from..
bought beef at a supermarket in Yaita city, Tochigi. The label of origin says it’s from Hokkaido, but the tracking ID says it was in Minamisoma city from 12/25/2010 to 10/30/2011. Shouldn’t they label it as from Fukushima ?