JAPAN ATOMIC INDUSTRIAL FORUM, INC.

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Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, Inc.
5th Floor, Kowa Nibancho Building
11-19 Nibancho, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 102-0084, Japan

Dept. of Planning and General Affairs
TEL: +81-3-6256-9311
Dept. of Policy and Communications
TEL: +81-3-6256-9312
Dept. of International Affairs
TEL: +81-3-6256-9313
Dept. of Membership and Community Relations
TEL: +81-3-6256-9314
Dept. of Human Resource Development
TEL: +81-3-6256-9315
FAX: +81-3-6256-9310

Access by Subway

Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line; Kojimachi Sta. 2 min. walk
Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line; Hanzomon Sta. 5 min. walk
JR and Tokyo Metro; Yotsuya Sta. 10 min. walk
JR and Tokyo Metro; Ichigaya Sta. 10 min. walk

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“The current situation at Fukushima Daiichi NPS” -From 3.11 toward the future- (ver, July 2019)

8 July, 2019
“The current situation at Fukushima Daiichi NPS” -From 3.11 toward the future- (ver, July 2019)09:17

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