What does Fukushima mean in Japanese?
It means Island of Good Luck.
Kenji Fukushima has written: 'Takumi no waza to kokoro' -- subject(s): Japanese Pottery, Potaters, Potters, Pottery, Japanese
As in the one in partial meltdown, Fukushima
Fukushima is written asç¦å³¶ in Japanese.ç¦ (fuku) means 'good fortune', while å³¶ (shima) means 'island'. To say 'Fukushima Prefecture', you simply add çœŒ (ken) on the end to makeç¦å³¶çœŒ (fukushima-ken).
Akiho Fukushima has written: 'Kojiki, Fudoki' -- subject(s): Fudoki, History and criticism, Japanese literature, Kojiki
Akiko Fukushima has written: 'Japanese foreign policy' -- subject(s): 20th century, World politics, Foreign relations
Dai-ichi, or Daiichi, means first. There are two Fukushima power plants, both of which are run by the Tokyo Electric Power Company. The names are Fukushima Daiichi, meaning the first Fukushima plant, and Fukushima Daini, meaning the second plant.
Construction for the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant started the 25th of July, 1967. The plant was built by Kajima Construction Corporation, Ltd. This is a Japanese construction company. Founded in 1840. Fukushima I was fully operational in the year 1971.
Fukushima is owned by Tokyo Electric Power Co
It should be the Fukushima Fifty. This refers to the number of staff on shift at the plant, I think with shift rotations it will be a larger total but fifty at any one time.
Present 2013. None. All are active. Fukushima has been 'Decommissioned'.
Fukushima is not an event that happened, it is a place, a prefecture, or district, in Japan. There are two Fukushima nuclear power plants. The plant where the accident took place, Fukushima Daiichi, is located in Okuma, Fukushima, Japan.
There are two Fukushima nuclear power plants, both of which are in the Fukushima district on the east coast. Fukushima Daiichi, where the meltdowns happened, is at a town called Okuma. Fukushima Daini, is at a town called Naraha.
The Fukushima power plant is located in the Futaba District of Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.
How is the Japanese Government controlling the level-7 nuclear crisis from the explosion at Fukushima?
Well actually Tokyo's electric company is controlling most of the work, so it's not all the Japanese Government.
They are in Fukushima Prefecture, which is a district. The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power plant, where the meltdowns happened, is in a town called Okuma, Fukushima, Japan. The city of Fukushima is roughly 55 km, or 35 miles to the northeast from the plant.
Glen Fukushima was born in 1949.
Naoshi Fukushima died in 2003.
Naoshi Fukushima was born in 1925.
Yutaka Fukushima was born in 1958.
Fukushima College was created in 1941.
Fukushima University was created in 1949.
Rila Fukushima is 5' 8".
Kikujirō Fukushima was born in 1921.
Fukushima Prefecture's population is 2,028,752.
Masami Fukushima was born in 1929.
Masami Fukushima died in 1976.
Fukushima Masanori died in 1624.
Fukushima Masanori was born in 1561.
Tadashi Fukushima was born in 1964.
Fukushima is the name of a prefecture on Honshu Island, the largest island of Japan. It is also the name of a city in the prefecture. Fukushima became well known to many people because of a nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, which is in Fukushima Prefecture.
It has basically left the Japanese without much Food, Water and could Kill them Due to The Fukushima Plant.
Fukushima is the name of a prefecture, or district, about 200 km north of Tokyo. It is also the name of a city. The Fukushima Daiichi power plant, in Okuma, Fukushima, Japan, was the site of nuclear meltdowns.
Fukushima is not a suburb. Fukushima is the name of a prefecture, which is a large district. It is also the name of a large city within that prefecture.
There are two Fukushima power plants. Both are in the prefecture of Fukushima, Japan. The plant you have in mind is probably the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, which experienced a series of meltdowns after an earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011. The other is the Fukushima Daini Nuclear Power Plant.
Shinta Fukushima was born on 1989-01-28.
Fukushima Yasumasa was born on 1852-05-27.
Fukushima Yasumasa died on 1919-02-19.
Mizuho Fukushima was born on 1955-12-24.
Yasuhiro Fukushima was born on 1947-08-18.
Akiko Fukushima was born on 1973-06-29.
Shinichi Fukushima was born on 1971-09-13.
Tomokazu Fukushima was born on December 28, 1972.
Fukushima Medical University was created in 1944.
Chisato Fukushima was born on 1988-06-27.
Daichi Fukushima was born on 1977-08-01.
Koji Fukushima was born on 1973-08-21.
The airport code for Fukushima Airport is FKS.
Hiroshi Fukushima was born on 1982-07-14.
Ikuo Shiotani has written: 'Fukushima to kindai bungaku' -- subject(s): History and criticism, Japanese literature, Literary landmarks, Japan
There is a link below to a timeline for the accident at Fukushima Daiichi.