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  • WILLIAM WILLIAM

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes Yuta our host is knowledgeable , intelligent, articulate. And very well aware of all the history and current and future issues regarding this most unusual ongoing situation. He provided us with safe passage to the most interesting and unusually fascinating spots of the fukushima situation. I have traveled extensively and often must try hard to find unusual activities of high value. This was certainly all of that. Should I find myself in Tokyo in the mid range future, I would not hesitate to do it again.
    Thank you Yuta for an amazing tour!!!!

  • mikaela mikaela

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes Absolutely amazing way to see the fukushima area. Felt like we were guests to the area rather than tourists, much less invasive feeling. Our guide was amazing in making sure we saw all the kinds of places we wanted to see rather than just running through a check sheet. Definitely worth the money

  • RAM BABU RAM BABU

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes Dear team voyagin and yuta
    I am writing the review on behalf of my family who shared their wonderful experience that they had with the excursion.It was adventurous and heart melting .the kind of hospitality they got from the tour operator is worth appreciation.thanks

  • Athanasios Athanasios

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes It is just a remarkable trip to witness. Natural disasters unfortunately occur, but to grasp the scope of an earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster at the same time, it is unfathomable. It helps to have an experienced guide to show and tell about the different areas. The places that are off limits, the places where people are allowed, to return, but haven't, and the new building, especially on the roadways and railroad, it is something to hear the guide say 'that wasn't there last time'. It marks the attempt at recovery. To see so many homes and businesses abandoned, still as they were on 3/11, just makes you think. And to see the power plant, the street signs that lead to it, and the radiation level signs, it is surreal. Take the tour with respect, learn a lot and appreciate what happened. It is an experience I will never forget.

  • Andreas Andreas

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes

    See Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant with your own eyes This tour was fantastic and very much thanks to the very knowledgable guide Yuta that had so much information about the accident, the area and also about the politics in the aftermath. It was very interesting, and scary, to see and learn about accident while being on site.