A local citizen posted a picture (attached above) of radiation measurement. The reading was 1.396 μSv/h.
The location was in a riverbed of Arakawa-river in Edogawa ward, Tokyo, where Tokyo Skytree can be viewed.
Measurement time was 16:00 7/12/2014 after Typhoon Neoguri passed. It is not clear if the typhoon increased the contamination level, but at least it didn’t wash off the radioactive material.
The pictures below show the neighborhood.
The poster has already evacuated his wife and children to Ohita, western part of Japan.
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