NHK also reports that the closest nuclear power plant is Tokai. NHK says that all is fine there.
However, I reported approximately a week ago that NHK announced it would only report OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT comments on nuclear plant safety:
Whose Narrative of Events Will the Media Report? NHK Reports Government Version Alone for Nuclear Plant Conditions http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/2016/05/whose-narrative-of-events-will-media.htmlFukushima looks as if it were impacted by the jolt so I suspect that Tokai was even more so.
Tokai has a nuclear village where plutonium was processed in the past. Many reports surfaced about problems there after the 2011 earthquake:
Radioactive water leaks and a fire were reported in March 2011 http://enenews.com/ines-level-1-event-at-tokai-nuclear-plant-after-march-11-quake-cobalt-60-detected-outside-of-radiation-control-area-safety-inspectors-rushed-to-site
Radioactive water leaked at Tokai in March 2012: http://english.kyodonews.jp/news/2012/03/147881.html
In December 2011, a fire broke out at Tokai:
Research reactor ceiling catches fire http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/nn20111221b3.html
Kyodo: Ceiling at Japan reactor catches fire — Burns 110 m² area in two hours — Just 100km from Fukushima http://enenews.com/japan-times-reactor-ceiling-catches-fire-burns-110-m%C2%B2-area-in-two-hours/comment-page-1
Strange IAEA "training" at Tokai in 2012: http://majiasblog.blogspot.com/2012/06/iaea-training-in-tokai.html