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The situations of “Request for shipment restraint and other measures” (as of June 11, 2012)

MAFF organized information as below on designated areas and products which showed radioactive substances over the provisional regulation value and are under shipment restraint, based on the announcement by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW) and each prefectural government. Please reconfirm information on the website of MHLW and each prefectural government to be sure when you conduct business by way of precaution.

The situations of “Request for shipment restraint and other measures” (as of June 11, 2012)(PDF:323KB)

I. Vegetables

1. Products subject to request of shipment/intake restraint

Designated Areas

Designated Products

shipment

intake

Iwate Prefecture

Morioka city, Ofunato city, Rikuzentakata city, Ichinoseki city, Kamaishi city, Oshu city, Hanamaki city, Kitakami city, Tono city, Kanegasaki town, Yamada town, Hiraizumi city, Otsuchi town, and Sumita town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields)

 

Morioka city, Hanamaki city, Oshu city, Kamaishi city, and Sumita town

Koshiabura (Eleutherococcus sciadophylloides)

 

Ichinoseki city, Oshu city, and Sumita town

Fiddlehead fern (Osmunda japonica)

 

Rikuzentakata city and Oshu city

Wild Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum)

 

Ichinoseki city and Oshu city

Wild Japanese parsley (Oenanthe javanica)

 

Ichinoseki city and Oshu city

Bamboo shoots

 

Miyagi Prefecture

Sendai city, Natori city, Ishinomaki city, Shiroishi city, Kakuda city, Kesennuma city, Kurihara city, Osaki city, Tome city, Higashimatsushima city, Kami town, Minamisannriku town, Zao town, Marumori town, Murata town, Taiwa city, Tomiya town, Kawasaki town, Shikima town, Shichikashuku town, and Ohira village

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields)

 

Kesennuma city, Kurihara city, Osaki city, and Kami town

Kusasotetsu (Matteuccia struthiopteris) (Kogomi : Young bud of kusasotetsu)

 

Shiroishi city and Marumori town

Bamboo shoots

 

Kesennuma city, Kurihara city, Tome city, Osaki city, Minamisanriku town, and Shichikashuku town

Koshiabura (Eleutherococcus sciadophylloides)

 

Kesennuma city, Osaki city, and Marumori town

Fiddlehead fern (Osmunda japonica)

 

Fukushima Prefecture

Tamura city (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station); Minamisoma city (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station and the following districts: Haramachi-ku Takanokura-ji Suketsune, Fukiyatouge, Nanakyoku, Mori and Garekimori; Haramachi-ku Baba-ji Godaisan, Yokogawa and Yakushidake; Haramachi-ku Katakura-ji Namedzu; and Haramachi-ku Ohara-ji Wadajo); Kawamata town (limited to the Yamakiya district); Naraha town; Tomioka Town; Okuma town; Futaba town; Namie town; Kawauchi village (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station); Katsurao village; and Iitate village

Non-heading leafy vegetables

(Spinach, Komatsuna , Kakina, Colza, Chijirena, Kousaitai, Kukitachina, Kaburena, Shinobufuyuna, Santousai, Bekana, Non-heading leafy Hakusai(non-heading leafy Chinese cabbage),     Chingensai, Pakuchoi, Taasai, Takana, Katsuona, Mustard greens, Mizuna, Taisai, Saradana, Lollo rosso (Sunny lettuce), Shungiku, Swiss chard,

Nabana, Saishin, Autumn Poem, Kai-lan (Chinese Kale), Tsubomina, Mizukakena, Kale, Shirona, Sendai-yukina, Senpousai, Nozawana, Benrina, Yamagata-midorina, Wasabina, Sanchu, Petit veil , Urui, Hatake-Wasabi, Hana-Wasabi, Watercress, Arugula, Shephard’s purse, Iceplant, Hadaikon, Japanese butterbur, etc.)

Non-heading leafy vegetables

(Spinach, Komatsuna , Kakina, Colza, Chijirena, Kousaitai, Kukitachina, Kaburena, Shinobufuyuna, Santousai, Bekana, Non-heading leafy Hakusai(non-heading leafy Chinese cabbage),     Chingensai, Pakuchoi, Taasai, Takana, Katsuona, Mustard greens, Mizuna, Taisai, Saradana, Lollo rosso (Sunny lettuce), Shungiku, Swiss chard,

Nabana, Saishin, Autumn Poem, Kai-lan (Chinese Kale), Tsubomina, Mizukakena, Kale, Shirona, Sendai-yukina, Senpousai, Nozawana, Benrina, Yamagata-midorina, Wasabina, Sanchu, Petit veil , Urui, Hatake-Wasabi, Hana-Wasabi, Watercress, Arugula, Shephard’s purse, Iceplant, Hadaikon, Japanese butterbur, etc.)

Heading leafy vegetables (Cabbage, Hakusai (Chinese cabbage), Heading lettuce, Brussels sprout etc.)

Heading leafy vegetables (Cabbage, Hakusai (Chinese cabbage), Heading lettuce, Brussels sprout etc.)

Bud vegetables belonging to brassicaceae (Broccoli, Cauliflower, Stick Broccoli etc.)

Bud vegetables belonging to brassicaceae (Broccoli, Cauliflower, Stick Broccoli etc.)

Kabu (turnip) (Ko-Kabu, Aka-Kabu, Shogoin-Kabu etc)

 

Fukushima city, Date city, Soma city, Minamisoma city, Koori town and Kunimi town

Japanese plum (Prunus mume)

 

Fukushima city, Date city, Minamisoma city, and Koori town

Yuzu

 

Date city and Minamisoma city

Japanese chestnut

 

Soma city and Minamisoma city

Kiwi fruits

 

Fukushima city, Nihonmatsu city, Date city, Motomiya city, Soma city, Minamisoma city, Tamura city (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station), Kawamata town, Namie town, Futaba town, Ookuma town, Tomioka town, Naraha town, Hirono town, Iitate village, Katsurao village, and Kawauchi village (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station)

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Field)

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Field) (only those produced in Iitate village)

Date city, Kawamata town and Shinchi town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Mushroom growing facilities)

 

Soma city and Iwaki city

Nameko mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Field)

 

Fukushima city, Nihonmatsu city, Date city, Motomiya city, Koriyama city, Sukagawa city, Tamura city, Shirakawa city, Kitakata city, Soma city, Minamisoma city, Iwaki city, Koori town, Kunimi town, Kawamata town, Kagamiishi town, Ishikawa town, Asakawa town, Furudono town, Miharu town, Ono town, Yabuki town, Tanagura town, Yamatsuri town, Hanawa town, Inawashiro town, Hirono town, Naraha town, Tomioka Town, Okuma town, Futaba town, Namie town, Shinchi town, Otama village, Tenei village, Tamakawa village, Hirata village, Nishigo village, Izumizaki village, Nakajima village, Samegawa village, Kawauchi village, Katsurao village, and Iitate village

Wild mushrooms

Wild mushrooms (only those picked at Minamisoma city, Iwaki city and Tanagura town)

Fukushima city, Date city, Soma city, Minamisoma city, Iwaki city, Motomiya city, Nihonmatsu city, Sukagawa city, Koori town, Kawamata town, Miharu town, Hirono town, Shinchi town, Nishigo village, and Otama village

Bamboo shoots

 

Fukushima city, Nihonmatsu city, Soma city, Date city, Tamura city, Kunimi city, Miharu town, Kawaamta town, Koori town, Furudono town, and Otama village

Kusasotetsu (Matteuccia struthiopteris) (Kogomi : Young bud of kusasotetsu) (Open Field)

 

Fukushima city, Iwaki city, Soma city, Date city, Koriyama city, Shirakawa city, Hanawa town, Shinchi town, Koori town, Kawamata town, Otama village, and Nishigo village

Wild Taranome (Young bud of Aralia elata)

 

Fukushima city, Date city, Tamura city, Soma city, Kawamata town, Koori town, Kunimi town, and Hirono town

Wild butterbur sprout

 

Date city and Kawamata town

Wasabi (Japanese Horseradish) (only grown in agricultural fields)

 

Fukushima city, Nihonmatsu city, Koriyama city, Shirakawa city, Kitakata city, Date city, Sukagawa city, Iwaki city, Tanagura town, Hanawa town, Aizumisato town, Kunimi town, Bandai town, Yamatsuri town, Kawamata town, Ishikawa town, Otama village, Shimogo town, Nishigo village, Samegawa village, and Tenei village

Koshiabura (Eleutherococcus sciadophylloides)

 

Iwaki city, Nihonmatsu city, Soma city and Kawamata town

Fiddlehead fern (Osmunda japonica)

 

Fukushima city, Kitakata city, Iwaki city, Date city, and Kawamata town

Bracken (Pteridium aquilinum)

 

Ibaraki Prefecture

Tsuchiura city, Namegata city, Hokota city, Omitama city, Hitachiomiya city, Tsukubamirai city, Moriya city, Hitachinaka city, Naka city, Ibaraki town, and Ami town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields)

 

Tsuchiura city, Hokota city and Ibaraki town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Mushroom growing facilities)

 

Omitama city, Hitachinaka city, Itako city, and Tsukubamirai city, Ishioka city, Ryugasaki city, Toride city, Moriya city, Hokota city, Kitaibaraki city, Oarai town, Ibaraki town, Tone town, and Tokai village

Bamboo shoots

 

Hitachi city, Hitachiomiya city and Hitachiota city

Wild koshiabura (Eleutherococcus sciadophylloides)

 

Tochigi Prefecture

Yaita city, Nasushiobara city, Ohtawara city, Sakura city, Kanuma city, Haga town and Nasu town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields / Mushroom growing facilities)

 

Utsunomiya city, Nikko city, Ashikaga city, Moka city, Nasukarasuyama city, Tochigi city, Mibu town, Kaminokawa town, Motegi town, Ichikai town, Nakagawa town, Mashiko town, Shioya town, and Takanezawa town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields)

 

Nikko city and Nasushiobara city

Nameko mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Field)

 

Ashikaga city, Sano city, Kanuma city, Moka city, Ohtawara city, Yaita city, Nasushiobara city, Sakura city, Nasukarasuyama city, Kaminokawa town, Motegi town, Ichikai town, Haga town and Takanezawa town

Kuritake mushrooms (Hypholoma sublateritium (Fr.) Quél.) grown on Raw Log (Open Field)

 

Ohtawara city, Yaita city, Nasu town and Ichikai town

Wild Taranome (Young bud of Aralia elata)

 

Nasushiobara city, Nikko city, Ohtawara city and Nasu town

Bamboo shoots

 

Nasushiobara city, Ohtawara city and Nasu town

Wild Kusasotetsu (Matteuccia struthiopteris) (Wild Kogomi (Young bud of kusasotetsu))

 

Utsunomiya city, Nasukarasuyama city, Ohtawara city, Nikko city, Kanuma city, Nasushiobara city, Yaita city, Sakura city, Shioya town, Motegi town and Nasu town

Wild Koshiabura (Eleutherococcus sciadophylloides)

 

Utsunomiya city, Nikko city, Nasushiobara city, and Ohtawara city

Wild Sanshou (Zanthoxylum piperitum)

 

Nikko city and Nasu town

Wild fiddlehead fern (Osmunda japonica)

 

Kanuma city and Ohtawara city

Wild bracken (pteridium aquilinum)

 

Chiba Prefecture

Chiba city, Yachiyo city, Nagareyama city, Abiko city, Kimitsu city, Sakura city, Shiroi city and Inzai city, and Sammu city

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields)

 

Sammu city

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Mushroom growing facilities)

 

Kisarazu city, Ichihara city, Abiko city, Kashiwa city, Yachiyo city, Shiroi city, Funabashi city, Shibayama town, and Sakae town

Bamboo shoots

 

 

2. Products subject to voluntary restraint of shipment

Iwate Prefecture

Oshu city, Ichinoseki city, Ofunato city, and Hiraizumi town

Dried shiitake mushrooms (produced from those grown on Raw Log in 2011) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Oshu city, Hanamaki city, Ichinoseki city, Kamaishi city, Ofunato city, Kitakami city, Tono city, Rikuzentakata city, Kanegasaki town, Yamada town, Otsuchi town, and Sumita town

Dried shiitake mushrooms (produced from those grown on Raw Log in the spring of 2012) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Oshu city and Ichinoseki city

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Mushroom growing facilities) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Hanamaki city

Wild Kusasotetsu (Matteuccia struthiopteris) (Wild Kogomi : Young bud of kusasotetsu) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Ichinoseki city

Wild Taranome (Young bud of Aralia elata) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Ichinoseki city

Uwabamisou (Mizu) (Elatostema umbellatum) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Oshu city

Wild butterbur (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Miyagi Prefecture

Kurihara city

Mukitake mushrooms (Panellus serotinus) grown on Raw Log (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Osaki city

Wild Taranome (Young bud of Aralia elata) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Fukushima Prefecture

Minamisoma city

Loquat (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Japanese persimmon (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Date city

Pomegranate (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Sukagawa city, Kagamiishi city, Kunimi town, Tenei village, Koriyama city, Iwaki city, Kitakata city, Nishigo village, Yamatsuri town, Shirakawa city, Nihonmatsu city, Motomiya city, Tanagura city, and Hanawa city

Dried shiitake mushrooms (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Ibaraki Prefecture

Takahagi city

Wild mushrooms (mycorrhizal fungi) (voluntary restraint of picking and shipment)

Ushiku city, Mito city, Tsuchiura city, Inashiki city, Kasumigaura city, and Ami town

Bamboo shoots (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Mito city and Sakuragawa city

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Hitachi city, Ishioka city, Takahagi city, Kasama City, Kasumigaura city, and Shirosato town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields / Mushroom growing facilities) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Hitachi city, Hitachiota city, Hitachiomiya city, Kasama city, and Shirosato town

Dried shiitake mushrooms (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Tsuchiura city

Kogomi (Young bud of kusasotetsu (Matteuccia struthiopteris)) (Open Fields) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Kasama city

Wild Taranome (Young bud of Aralia elata) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Tochigi Prefecture

Yaita city, Sakura city, Takanezawa town, Shioya town, Moka city, Motegi town, Haga town, Ichikai town, Mashiko town, Sano city, Ohtawara city, Nasushiobara city, Nasu town, Nasukarasuyama city, Nakagawa town, Utsunomiya city, Nikko city, Kanuma city, Tochigi city, Mibu town, Iwafune town, Ashikaga city, and Shimotsuke city (limited to the former town of Minamikawachi)

Dried shiitake mushrooms (produced from those grown on Raw Log) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Sano city

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Sakura city and Nakagawa town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Mushroom growing facilities) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Nasushiobara city

Uwabamisou (Mizu) (Elatostema umbellatum) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Gunma Prefecture

Takasaki city, Numata city, Shibukawa city, Tomioka city, Nakanojo town, Higashiagatsuma town, Minakami town, and Takayama village

Dried shiitake mushrooms (produced from those grown on Raw Log) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Chiba Prefecture

Katori city, Nagareyama city and Inzai city

Bamboo shoots (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Kanagawa Prefecture

Manazuru town

Shiitake mushrooms grown on Raw Log (Open Fields) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Nagano Prefecture

Saku city

Wild mushrooms (voluntary restraint of picking, shipment and intake)

Shizuoka Prefecture

Izu city (limited to within the former town of Shuzenji and Nakaizu) and Ito city

Dried shiitake mushrooms (As for Izu city, only those picked and processed at Izu city from March 11 to September 30. As for Ito city, only those picked and processed at Ito city after March 11) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

 

II. Fish products

1. Products subject to request of shipment/intake restraint 

Designated Areas

Designated Products

shipment

intake

Iwate Prefecture

The marine area defined by the lines of the due east from the border between Iwate Prefecture and Miyagi Prefecture on the highest tidal shoreline, the outside border of Japan’s EEZ, the due east from the border between Miyagi Prefecture and Fukushima Prefecture on the highest tidal shoreline, and the highest tidal shoreline of Miyagi Prefecture

Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus Tilesius)

 

The Iwai River and its side streams; and the Satetsu River and its side streams

Iwana mountain trout (except for those cultured)

 

Miyagi Prefecture

The marine area defined by the lines of the due east from the mountaintop of Kinkasan in Ishinomaki city of Miyagi Prefecture, the outside border of Japan’s EEZ, the due east of the border between Miyagi Prefecture and Fukushima Prefecture on the highest tidal shoreline, the highest tidal shoreline of Miyagi Prefecture, and the due west from the mountaintop of Kinkasan in Ishinomaki city of Miyagi Prefecture reached to the highest tidal shoreline of Oshika Peninsula in Ishinomaki city

Japanese seaperch (Lateolabrax japonicas)

 

Takifugu pardalis (a kind of balloon fish)

 

The marine area defined by the lines of the due east from the border between Iwate prefecture and Miyagi Prefecture on the highest tidal shoreline, the outside border of Japan’s EEZ, the due east from the border between Miyagi prefecture and Fukushima prefecture on the highest tidal shoreline, and the highest tidal shoreline of Miyagi Prefecture

Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus Tilesius)

 

The Abukuma River (limited to within Miyagi Prefecture) and its side streams (excluding the upstream from Shichikashuku Dam)

Yamame (a kind of trout) (except for those cultured)

 

The Abukuma River (limited to within Miyagi Prefecture) and its side streams (excluding the upstream from Shichikashuku Dam); and the Okawa River and its side streams

Japanese dace (Tribolodon hakonensis)

 

The upstream of the Okura River from Okura Dam and its side streams; the upstream of the Sanhasama River from Kurikoma Dam and its side streams; the upstream of the Natori River from the Akiu Falls and its side streams; the Matsu River and its side streams (excluding River Nigori, its side streams, and the upstream from Sumikawa No.4 Dam); the upstream of the Nihasama River in Kurikoma, Kurikoma city from Aratozawa Dam and its side streams; and the upstream of the Eai River in Onikoube, Osaki city from Naruko Dam and its side streams (excluding the streams between Todoro Dam and the meeting point of the Ikusazawa River, where the fishery association requires its members and anglers to practice catch and release fishing based on the Fishery Right Exercise Rule and the Recreational Fishing Rules)

Iwana mountain trout (except for those cultured)

 

Fukushima Prefecture

The marine area (limited to within Fukushima Prefecture)

Young Ikanago (Ammodytes personatus) (Kounago)

Young Ikanago (Ammodytes personatus) (Kounago)

Lake Akimoto, Lake Inawashiro, Lake Hibara, Lake Onogawa, the rivers flowing into these lakes and the side streams (excluding the Su River); the Abukuma River limited to within Fukushima Prefecture and its side streams; the Kuji River limited to within Fukushima Prefecture and its side streams; the Mano River and its side streams; the Niida River and its side streams; the Ohta River and its side streams; and the upstream of the Nippashi River from Kanagawa electric generation plant and its side streams

Yamame (a kind of trout) (except for those cultured)

Yamame (a kind of trout) (except for those cultured) (only River Niida ((including side streams) )

Lake Akimoto, Lake Inawashiro, Lake Hibara, Lake Onogawa, the rivers flowing into these lakes and the side streams (excluding the Su River and its side streams); the upstream of the Nippashi from Kanagawa electric generation plant and its side streams; the Mano River and its side streams; the downstream of the Abukuma River limited to within Fukushima Prefecture from Shinobu Dam and its side streams; and the Tadami River between Tadami Dam and Taki Dam and its side streams

Japanese dace (Tribolodon hakonensis)

 

The Mano River and its side streams, the Niida River and its side streams, and the downstream of the Abukuma River limited to within Fukushima Prefecture from Shinobu Dam and its side streams

Japanese trout (Plecoglossus altivelis) (except for those cultured)

 

The Su River’s side streams; the Abukuma River limited to within Fukushima Prefecture; Lake Akimoto, Lake Onogawa, Lake Hibara, the rivers flowing into these lakes and the side streams; the upstream of the Nagase River from the meeting point of the Su River; the downstream of the Nippashi from Kanagawa electric generation plant and its side streams (excluding the upstream from Higashiyama Dam); the downstream of the Tadami River from Honna Dam and its side streams; and the Tateiwa River and its side streams

Iwana mountain trout (except for those cultured)

 

Lake Akimoto, Lake Onogawa, Lake Hibara, the rivers flowing into these lakes and the side streams; the downstream of the Agano River from Ookawa Dam and its side streams (excluding both the upstream from Kanagawa electric generation plant and the upstream from Katakado Dam); the upstream of the Nagase River from the meeting point of the Su River; and the downstream of the Abukuma River from Shinobu Dam and its side streams

Carp (Cyprinus carpio) (except for those cultured)

 

 

Lake Akimoto, Lake Onogawa, Lake Hibara, the rivers flowing into these lakes and the side streams; the downstream of the Agano River from Okawa Dam and its side streams (excluding both the upstream from Kanagawa electric generation plant and the upstream from Katakado Dam); the upstream of the Nagase River from the meeting point of the Su River; the Mano River and its side streams; and the downstream of the Abukuma River limited to within Fukushima Prefecture from Shinobu Dam and its side streams

Crucian (Carassius) (except for those cultured)

 

 

Ibaraki Prefecture

The marine area defined by the lines of the due east from the border between Fukushima Prefecture and Ibaraki Prefecture on the highest tidal shoreline, the outside border of Japan’s EEZ, the due east from the border between Ibaraki Prefecture and Chiba Prefecture on the highest tidal shoreline, the highest tidal shoreline of Ibaraki Prefecture

Sebastes cheni (a kind of rockfish), Japanese seaperch (Lateolabrax japonicas), Nibe (Nibea mitsukurii), Bastard halibut (Paralichthys olivaceus), Okamejei kenojei (a kind of Rajidae)

 

Lake Kasumigaura, Lake Kitaura, Lake Sotonasakaura and the rivers flowing into these lakes; and the Hitachitone River

Channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) (except for those cultured), Carassius auratus langsdorfii (a kind of crucian carp) (except for those cultured)

 

Lake Kasumigaura, Lake Kitaura, Lake Sotonasakaura and the rivers flowing into these lakes; the Hitachitone River; the Naka River limited to within Ibaraki Prefecture and its side streams

Eel (Anguilla japonica)

 

Tochigi Prefecture

The Oashi River and its side streams (excluding the Arai River and its side streams); the Mumo River and its side streams; and Naka River between Shiobara Dam and the meeting point of the Mumo River

Japanese dace (Tribolodon hakonensis) (except for those cultured)

 

Gunma Prefecture

The Agatsuma River between the the Iwashima bridge and Agatumagawa intake structure and its side streams; the Usune River and its side streams; the Konaka River and its side streams; and the Momonoki River and its side streams

Yamame (a kind of trout) (except for those cultured)

 

The Agatsuma River between the the Iwashima bridge and Agatumagawa intake structure and its side streams; the Usune River and its side streams; and the upstream of the Karasu River from the Kawada bridge and its side streams

Iwana mountain trout (except for those cultured)

 

 

2. Products subject to voluntary restraint of shipment   

Iwate Prefecture

The Iwai River (Inland water common fishery right No. 36), the Koromo River (Inland water common fishery right No. 35)

Natural yamame (a kind of trout) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Kamaishi marine area (marine area bordering Kamaishi city and Otsuchi town)

Jacopever (Sebastes schlegeli) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Miyagi Prefecture

Southern marine area of Sendai Bay, Northern and middle marine area of Sendai Bay,

Bastard halibut (Paralichthys olivaceus) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Fukushima Prefecture

The Mano River limited to within Fukushima Prefecture and its side streams

Mokuzugani (a kind of crab) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Kawauchi village

Honmokoro (cultured) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Lake Numazawa and the rivers flowing into this lakes

Himemasu (Oncorhynchus nerka) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Ibaraki Prefecture

Marine area within Ibaraki Prefecture

Young Ikanago (Ammodytes personatus) (Kounago) (except for the Northern marine area (the offing between Kitaibaraki city and Hitachi city)) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Brown hakeling (Physiculus maximowiczi) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Marbled sole (Pleuronectes yokohamae) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Pacific cod (Gadus macrocephalus Tilesius) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Takifugu snyderi (a kind of balloon fish) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Takifugu poecilonotus (a kind of balloon fish) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Sebastes thompsoni (a kind of rockfish) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Japanese flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Slime flounder (Microstomus achne) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Stone flounder (Kareius bicoloratus) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

The upstream of The Hanazono river from Mizunima Dam

Natural iwana mountain trout (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Natural yamame (a kind of trout) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

The Sakura river, the Ono River, the Shintone and the Hitachitone River

Natural Carassius cuvieri (a kind of crucian) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

North fleet of Kasumigaura and the rivers flowing into Kasumigaura

Natural Carassius cuvieri (a kind of crucian) (voluntary restraint of shipment)

Tochigi prefecture

The whole Kinugawa riverine system (Lake Chuzenji and the rivers flowing into the lake) (Lake Chuzenji Fishery Association)

Natural fishes in mountain streams (requirement for the postponement of opening the fishing season)

Gunma Prefecture

Lake Akagioonuma

Natural lake smelt (Hypomesus olidus) (voluntary restraint of intake)

Natural Japanese dace (Tribolodon hakonensis) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Natural carp (Cyprinus carpio) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Natural iwana mountain trout (voluntary restraint of catching)

Natural yamame (a kind of trout) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Lake Haruna

Lake smelt (Hypomesus olidus) (voluntary restraint of catching)

The upstream of the Usune River from Monzen bridge in Kawaba Village and its side streams (River Sakura, etc.); the upstream of the Numao River from the meeting point of the Agatsuma River and its side streams; the upstream of the Akagisirakawa River from the meeting point of the Momonoki River and its side streams; the upstream of the Shima River from the meeting point of the Agatsuma River and its side streams (the Kamisawatari River, etc.); the upstream of the Kanai River from the meeting point of the Agatsuma River and its side streams; the upstream of the Nuru River from the meeting point of the Agatsuma River and its side streams (the Kenjo River, the Ima River, etc.); the upstream of the Konaka River from the meeting point of the Watarase River and its side streams; and the upstream of the Karasu River from the Kawada bridge in Takasaki city and its side streams

Natural iwana mountain trout (voluntary restraint of catching)

Natural yamame (a kind of trout) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Natural Japanese dace (Tribolodon hakonensis) (voluntary restraint of catching)

The upstream of the Nakuta River from the meeting point of the Agatsuma River and its side streams

Natural Japanese dace (Tribolodon hakonensis) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Saitama Prefecture

The Naka River and its side streams in Tone riverine system

Natural catfish (Silurus asotus) (voluntary restraint of catching)

Chiba Prefecture

Tega swamp

All fish spiecies (voluntary restraint of shipment)

The Tone River bordering Chiba Prefecture (the upstream from estuary barrage)

Carp, Crucian (no shipment before the open season)

Kanagawa Prefecture

Lake Ashino

Largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides)

(Note) The whole fishing operation at the marine area of Fukushima Prefecture is voluntarily restrained based on the decision of the chief meeting of fisheries cooperatives in Fukushima Prefecture.

 

III. Livestock products

Products subject to request of shipment/intake restraint

Designated Areas

Designated Products

shipment

intake

Iwate Prefecture

The whole area

Cattle (moving from other prefecture (except for those less than 12 months old) and shipping to slaughterhouses), excluding cattle controlled under the shipment and inspection policy set by the Iwate prefectural government

 

Miyagi Prefecture

The whole area

Cattle (moving from other prefectures (except for those less than 12 months old) and shipping to slaughterhouses), excluding cattle controlled under the shipment and inspection policy set by the Miyagi prefectural government

 

Fukushima Prefecture

Tamura city (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station); Minamisoma city (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station and the following districts: Haramachi-ku Takanokura-ji Suketsune, Fukiyatouge, Nanakyoku, Mori and Garekimori; Haramachi-ku Baba-ji Godaisan, Yokogawa and Yakushidake; Haramachi-ku Katakura-ji Namedzu; and Haramachi-ku Ohara-ji Wadajo); Kawamata town (limited to the Yamakiya district); Naraha town (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station); Tomioka Town; Okuma town; Futaba town; Namie town; Kawauchi village (limited to within a 20-kilometer radius of Fukushima Nuclear Power Station); Katsurao village; and Iitate village

Raw milk

 

The whole area

Cattle (moving from other prefecture (except for those less than 12 months old) and shipping to slaughterhouses), excluding cattle controlled under the shipment and inspection policy set by the Fukushima prefectural government

 

Tochigi Prefecture

The whole area

Cattle (moving from other prefecture (except for those less than 12 months old) and shipping to slaughterhouses), excluding cattle controlled under the shipment and inspection policy set by the Tochigi prefectural government

 

FAQ

Q1. How does MAFF deal with products exempt from shipment restraints not to be affected by the accident of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant of TEPCO

A1.     MAFF considers providing accurate information to all of consumers, processors and distributors utmost important. Therefore, in cooperation with related ministries such as Ministry of Welfare, Labor and Health, MAFF has provided prompt information on the result of inspections as well as extensive information on the concept of the provisional regulation value of radioactive substances and the accurate knowledge on the extend of the impact of radioactive substances to human bodies, etc. In addition, MAFF not only issues notices to processors and distributors to ask their efforts to ensure the smooth distribution and consumption based on the scientific and objective ground, but also gathers entities of distribution market such as retail companies to require the same matters mentioned above. MAFF will continue to provide accurate information in the future.

 

Q2. In regard of products under the shipment restraint, can the cost of return processing and their disposal be compensated at the distribution level such as wholesale markets?

A2.     According to the Law concerning Compensation for Nuclear Damage, the compensation caused by the accident of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant of TEPCO is considered based on “the judgment criterion of the extent of nuclear damage” which will be decided by Nuclear Damage Compensation Dispute Judgment Committee in accordance with the Law concerning Compensation for Nuclear Damage.

Government is now proactively discussing the compensation for farmers requested for the shipment restraints. Given this situation, the discussion on the coverage of compensation for food industries including distributors will be preceded.

Therefore, evidential documents of unsold, returned and disposed products should be kept to prepare for further responses until the coverage of compensation becomes clear in the future.

 

contact

International Policy Planning Division,
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
1-2-1 Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8950, Japan
Tel:03-3502-5851
Fax:03-3502-8084

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