Japan Radiation Embargoed Food List

The Japanese government has been wooing the media with claims that all the contamination in the food supply has miraculously just gone away. This is of course not exactly what is going on. Some food products have been able to lower contamination levels by modifying farming tactics, but this has been a very limited set of circumstances. What is not mentioned is how many foods are still being held back from sale and that they are not just in Fukushima prefecture. In reviewing directives of the government these food restrictions appear to still be in place as of April 2014.

Food restrictions are listed in two levels. One is where the item is completely restricted from sale, the other where it must pass the government management program before it can be sold. The government management program allows the item to have up to 100 bq/kg of cesium before they will prevent it from being sold. The management programs are imperfect. Spot checks won’t catch all contaminated products. Bulk testing can miss a highly contaminated item mixed in with uncontaminated items. Anything below 100 bq/kg is permitted to be sold.

These embargoed food lists give an idea of what food products were found to be contaminated on a frequent enough basis to warrant banning them from sale. This list also doesn’t assure other food items (or food from other prefectures) to not be contaminated. In order to confirm that, regular and frequent testing would be needed. The embargo list does follow what other reporting has confirmed to be problematic foods. Some recent non governmental testing can be found here.

Gunma Prefecture:

Whitespotted char (excluding farmed fish) captured in Agatsuma river (including its branches, but limiting area from Iwashima bridge to TEPCO’s Saku power plant Agatsumariver water intake facility) also, captured in Usune river (including its branches) 
Land-locked salmons (excluding farmed fish) captured in Agatsumariver (including its branches, but limiting area from Iwashima bridge to TEPCO’s Saku power plant Agatsumariver water intake facility)
Boar meat
Bear meat
Shika deer meat 
Copper pheasant meat
Wild mushrooms collected in Numata-shi, Annaka-shi, Naganohara-machi, Higashiagatsuma-machi, Minakami-machi, Tsumagoi-mura and Takayama-mura

Chiba Prefecture:

Log-grown shiitakes (outdoor cultivation) produced in Chiba-shi, Sakura-shi, Nagareyama-shi, Yachiyo-shi, Abiko-shi, Kimitsu-shi, Futtsu-shi, Inzai-shi and Shirai-shi
Log-grown shiitakes (hothouse cultivation) produced in Sanmu-shi for the time being; provided, however, that this shall not apply to shiitakes which are controlled under the management policy set by Chiba prefecture 
Log-grown shiitakes (hothouse cultivation) produced in Kimitsu-shi and Futtsu-shi
Bamboo shoots produced in Kashiwa-shi, Abiko-shi, Shiroi-shi and Sakae-machi 
Japanese eel captured in Tone river in Chiba prefecture (limiting lower reaches from Sakai Ohashi, but including its branches and excluding upper reaches from Inba drainage pump station and Inba floodgate; lower reaches from Ryosoyousui Daiichi water pumping station; Yasuji river; Yodaura lake and Yodaura river) 
Silver crucian carp and Common carp captured in Tega pond and rivers flowing into Tega pond (including its branches) and Tega river (including its branches)
Boar meat , that this shall not apply to Boar meat which are managed based on shipment and inspection policy set by Chiba prefecture 

Fukushima Prefecture:

Azuki beans produced in Fukushima-shi (limiting to former Oozasou-mura) and Minamisoma-shi (limiting to former Ishigami-mura)
Non-head type leafy vegetables produced in Minamisoma-shi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and Planned Evacuation Zones), Kawamata-machi (limiting Yamakiya area), Naraha-machi, Tomioka-machi, Okuma-machi, Futaba-machi, Namie-machi, Kawauchi-mura (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant), Katsurao-mura and Iitate-mura, for the time being.
Head type leafy vegetables produced in Minamisoma-shi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and Planned Evacuation Zones), Kawamata-machi (limiting Yamakiya area), Naraha-machi, Tomioka-machi, Okuma-machi, Futaba-machi, Namie-machi, Kawauchi-mura (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant), Katsurao-mura and Iitate-mura, for the time being.
Flowerhead brassicas (broccoli & cauliflower) produced in Minamisoma-shi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and Planned Evacuation Zones), Kawamata-machi (limiting Yamakiya area), Naraha-machi, Tomioka-machi, Okuma-machi, Futaba-machi, Namie-machi, Kawauchi-mura (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant), Katsurao-mura and Iitate-mura, for the time being.
Turnips produced in Minamisoma-shi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and Planed Evocation Zone), Kawamata-machi (limiting Yamakiya area), Naraha-machi, Tomioka-machi, Okuma-machi, Futaba-machi, Namie-machi, Kawauchi-mura (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant), Katsurao-mura and Iitate-mura, for the time being.
Japanese apricot (Ume) produced in Minamisoma-shi for the time being.
Yuzus produced in Fukushima-shi, Iwaki-shi, Date-shi, Minamisoma-shi and Kori-machi, for the time being
Chestnuts produced in Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Minamisoma-shi and Iwaki-shi, for the time being
Kiwi fruits produced in Minamisoma-shi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and Planed Evacuation Zone) for the time being
Rice produced in Fukushima-shi (limiting former Fukushima-shi and former Oguni-mura area), Nihonmatsu-shi (limiting former Shibukawa-mura area) and Date-shi (limiting former Sekimoto-mura, former Hashirazawa-mura, former Tominari-mura, former Kakeda-machi, former Oguni-mura and former Tsukidate-machi area) in 2011, for the time being.
Rice produced in areas subjected to restriction of distribution in advance in 2012 (including Koriyama-shi (limiting to former Fukuyama-machi), Sukagawa-shi (limiting to former Nishifukuro-mura), Miharu-machi (limiting to former Sawaishi-mura), Otama-mura (limiting to former Tamanoi-mura), Fukushima-shi (limiting to former Mizuhara-mura and Tatsugoyama-mura), Iwaki-shi (limiting to former Yamada-mura) and Kawamata-machi (limiting to former Iizaka-mura)), for the time being; provided, however, that this shall not apply to rice produced in 2012, which is controlled under the management policy set by Fukushima prefecture.
Rice produced in areas preparing for resumption of rice firming and areas where all rice farming and shipment are managed by local governments in 2013; provided, however, that this shall not apply to rice which is controlled under the management policy set by Fukushima prefecture.
Azuki beans produced in Fukushima-shi (limiting to former Oozasou-mura) and Minamisoma-shi (limiting to former Ishigami-mura) for the time being; provided, however, that this shall not apply to Azuki beans which is controlled under the management policy set by Fukushima prefecture.
Soybeans produced in Fukushima-shi (limiting to former Noda-mura, Hirano-mura, Tatsugoyama-mura, Sakura-mura, Mizuho-mura and Niwatsuka-mura), Nihonmatsu-shi (limiting to former Obama-machi and Shibukawa-mura), Date-shi (limiting to former Tomino-mura and Sekimoto mura), Motomiya-shi (limiting to former Wagisawa-mura (Shirasawa-mura)), Koriyama-shi (limiting to former Takano-mura), Sukagawa-shi (limiting to former Naganuma-machi), Minamisoma-shi (limiting to former Ishigami-mura), Kori-machi (limiting to former Danzaki-mura) and Otama-mura (limiting to former Tamanoi-mura) for the time being; provided, however, that this shall not apply to soybean which is controlled under the management policy set by Fukushima prefecture
Soybeans produced in Minamisoma-shi (limiting to former Ota-mura) for the time being
Raw milk produced in Tamura-shi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant), Minamisoma-shi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and Planed Evacuation Zone), Kawamata-machi (limiting Yamakiya area), Naraha-machi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant), Tomioka-machi, Okuma-machi, Futaba-machi, Namie-machi, Kawauchi-mura (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant), Katsurao-mura and Iitate-mura for the time being.
Log-grown Shiitakes (outdoor cultivation) produced in Iitate-mura for the time being
Log-grown Shiitakes (outdoor cultivation) produced in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Tamura-shi (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant), Kawamata-machi, Namie-machi, Futaba-machi, Okuma-machi, Tomioka-machi, Naraha-machi, Hirono-machi, Iitate-mura, Katsurao-mura and Kawauchi-mura (limiting area within 20 km radius from the TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant) for the time being.
Log-grown Shiitakes (hothouse cultivation) produced in Date-shi, Kawamata-machi and Shinchi-machi for the time being
Log-grown pholiota nameko (mushroom) (outdoor cultivation) produced in Soma-shi and Iwaki-shi for the time being
Wild mushrooms gathered in Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi and Tanagura-machi for the time being.
Wild mushrooms produced in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Koriyama-shi, Sukagawa-shi, Tamura-shi Shirakawa-shi, Aizuwakamatsu-shi, Kitakata-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi, Kori-machi, Kunimi-machi, Kawamata-machi, Kagamiishi-machi, Ishikawa-machi, Asakawa-machi, Furudono-machi, Miharu-machi, Ono-machi, Yabuki-machi, Tanagura-machi, Yamatsuri-machi, Hanawa-machi, Bandai-machi, Inawashiro-machi, Aizubange-machi, Aizumisato-machi, Shimogo-machi, Tadami-machi, Hirono-machi, Naraha-machi, Tomioka-machi, Okuma-machi, Futaba-machi, Namie-machi, Shinchi-machi, Otama-mura, Tenei-mura, Tamakawa-mura, Hirata-mura, Nishigo-mura, Izumizaki-mura, Nakajima-mura, Samekawa-mura, Kitashiobara-mura, Showa-mura, Kawauchi-mura, Katsurao-mura and Iitate-mura for the time being.
Bamboo shoots produced in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Koriyama-shi, Sukagawa-shi, Tamura-shi, Shirakawa-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi, Kori-machi, Kawamata-machi, Miharu-machi, Hirono-machi, Naraha-machi, Shinchi-machi, Otama-mura, Nishigo-mura, Kawauchi-mura and Katsurao-mura for the time being.
Hatakewasabi produced in Date-shi and Kawamata-machi,for the time being
Wild Uwabamisou produced in Sukagawa-shi and Kunimi-machi the time being.
Ostrich ferns produced in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Koriyama-shi, Tamura-shi, Soma-shi, Kori-machi, Kunimi-machi, Kawamata-machi, Furudono-machi, Miharu-machi, Naraha-machi, Otama-mura and Katsurao-mura for the time being.
Koshiabura (what it is) produced in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Koriyama-shi, Sukagawa-shi, Tamura-shi, Shirakawa-shi, Aizuwakamatsu-shi, Kitakata-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi, Kori-machi, Kunimi-machi, Kawamata-machi, Kagamiishi-machi, Ishikawa-machi, Asakawa-machi, Furudono-machi, Miharu-machi, Ono-machi, Yabuki-machi, Tanagura-machi, Yamatsuri-machi, Hanawa-machi, Bandai-machi, Inawashiro-machi, Aizubange-machi, Yanaizu-machi, Mishima-machi, Kanayama-machi, Aizumisato-machi, Shimogo-machi, Minamiaizu-machi, Hirono-machi, Shinchi-machi, Otama-mura, Tenei-mura, Tamakawa-mura, Hirata-mura Nishigo-mura, Izumizaki-mura, Nakajima-mura, Samegawa-mura, Kitashiobara-mura, Showa-mura, Kawauchi-mura and Katsurao-mura for the time being
Japanese royal ferns produced in Nihonmatsu-shi, Koriyama-shi, Sukagawa-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi, Kawamata-machi, Naraha-machi, Kawauchi-mura and Katsurao-mura for the time being
Wild Aralia sprout produced in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Koriyama-shi, Sukagawa-shi, Tamura-shi, Shirakawa-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi, Kori-machi, Kawamata-machi, Kagamiishi-machi, Furudono-machi, Hanawa-machi, Hirono-machi, Shinchi-machi, Otama-mura, Nishigo-mura, Izumizaki-mura, Samegawa-mura, Kawauchi-mura and Katsurao-mura for the time being
Wild Giant butterbur produced in Kori-machi and Naraha-machi for the time being
Wild Japanese butterbur scape produced in Fukushima-shi, Date-shi, Tamura-shi, Soma-shi, Kori-machi, Kunimi-machi, Kawamata-machi and Hirono-machi, for the time being. Naraha-machi and Katsurao-mura added April 2014
Pteridium aquilinum (fernproduced in Fukushima-shi, Date-shi, Kitakata-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi, Kawamata-machi and Samegawa-mura for the time being
Wild Pteridium aquilinum (fern) produced in Nihonmatsu-shi for the time being.
Fat greenling, Red tongue sole, Japanese sandlance (excluding juvenile), Stone flounder, Goldeye rockfish, Surfperch, Brown hakeling, Scorpion fish, Fox jacopever, Black cow-tongue, Black rockfish, Japanese black porgy, Sea raven, Ocellate spot skate, Cherry salmon, Poacher, Halfbeak, Vermiculated puffer, Rockfish (Sebastes cheni), Japanese seabass, Long shanny, Nibe croaker, Starry flounder, Slime flounder, Panther puffer, Olive flounder, Gurnard, Spotted halibut, Starspotted smooth-hound , Conger eel, Littlemouth flounder, Marbled flounder, Flathead, Pacific cod, Barfin flounder, Shotted halibut, Brassblotched rockfish, Ridged-eye flounder, Venus clam and Northern sea urchin  Hilgendorf saucord (added April 2014) captured in Fukushima offshore, for the time being.

Ayu (excluding farmed fish) captured in Mano River (including its branches), Niida River (including its branches) and Abukuma River in Fukushima prefecture (limiting lower reaches from Shinobu Dam but including its branches) for the time being
Whitespotted chars (excluding farmed fish) captured in Akimoto lake, Onogawa lake, Hibara lake and rivers flowing into these Lakes (including its branches) , Sukawa river (limiting its branches), Tadami river (limiting lower reaches from Honna dam, but including its branches), Nagase river (limiting upper reaches from junction with Sukawa river), Nippashi river (limiting lower reaches from Tokyo electric power company’s Kanagawa power plant, but including its branches and excluding upper reaches from Higashiyama dam) and Abukuma river in Fukushima prefecture (including its branches), for the time being
Japanese daces captured in Akimoto Lake, Inawashiro lake, Onogawa Lake, Hibara lake and rivers flowing into these Lakes (including its branches but excluding Sukawa river and its branches), Nippashi river (limiting upper reaches from Tokyo electric power company’s Kanagawa power plant, but including its branches), Mano River (including its branches), Abukuma River in Fukushima prefecture (including its branches) and Tadami river in Fukushima prefecture (limiting upper reaches from Taki dam and including its branches but excluding upper reaches from Tadami dam) for the time being
Japanese eel captured in Abukuma river in Fukushima prefecture (including its branches), for the time being.
Common carp (excluding farmed fish) captured in Akimoto lake, Onogawa lake and Hibara lake and rivers flowing into these lakes (including its branches), Aga river (limiting lower reaches from Okawa dam, but including its branches and excluding upper reaches from TEPCO’s Kanakawa power plant and Katakado dam), Nagase river (limiting upper reaches from junction with Sukawa river) and Abukuma river in Fukushima prefecture (limiting lower reaches from Shinobu dam and including its branches), for the time being
Crucian carps (excluding farmed fish) captured in Akimoto lake, Onogawa lake, and Hibara lake and rivers flowing into these lakes (including its branches), Aga river (including its branches, but excluding upper reaches from TEPCO’s Kanakawa power plant and Katakado dam), Nagase river (limiting upper reaches from junction with Sukawa river), Mano river (including its brandhes) and Abukuma river in Fukushima prefecture (limiting lower reaches from Shinobu dam and including its branches), for the time being.
Land-locked salmons (excluding farmed fish) captured in Niida river (including its branches) for the time being
Cherry salmon (excluding farmed fish) captured in Akimoto Lake, Inawashiro lake, Onogawa Lake, Hibara Lake and rivers flowing into these Lakes (including its branches but excluding Sukawa river), Ota river (including its branches), Niida river (including its branches), Nippashi river (limiting upper reaches from Tokyo electric power company’s Kanagawa power plant, but including its branches), Mano river (including its branches) and Abukuma river (including its branches) in Fukushima prefecture, for the time being
Cattle (excluding under 12-month old) farmed in the prefecture to outside of the prefecture and not to ship any Cattle farmed in the prefecture to slaughterhouses for the time being, provided, however, that this shall not apply to Cattle which are managed based on shipment and inspection policy set by Fukushima prefecture.
Boar meat obtained after capturing in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Kori-machi, Kunimi-machi, Kawamata-machi, Hirono-machi, Naraha-machi, Tomioka-machi, Okuma-machi, Futaba-machi, Namie-machi, Shinchi-machi, Kawauchi-mura, Otama-mura, Katsurao-mura and Iitate-mura for the time being
Boar meat obtained after capturing in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Koriyama-shi, Sukagawa-shi, Tamura-shi, Shirakawa-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi, Kori-machi, Kunimi-machi, Kawamata-machi, Kagamiishi-machi, Ishikawa-machi, Asakawa-machi, Furudono-machi, Miharu-machi, Ono-machi, Yabuki-machi, Tanagura-machi, Yamatsuri-machi, Hanawa-machi, Hirono-machi, Naraha-machi, Tomioka-machi, Okuma-machi, Futaba-machi, Namie-machi, Shinchi-machi, Otama-mura, Tenei-mura, Tamagawa-mura, Hirata-mura, Nishigo-mura, Izumizaki-mura, Nakajima-mura, Samegawa-mura, Kawauchi-mura, Katsurao-mura and Iitate-mura for the time being
Spot-billed duck meat obtained after capturing in Fukushima prefecture for the time being
Green pheasant meat obtained after capturing in Fukushima prefecture for the time being.
Bear meat obtained after capturing in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Koriyama-shi, Sukagawa-shi, Tamura-shi, Shirakawa-shi, Aizuwakamatsu-shi, Kitakata-shi, Kori-machi, Kunimi-machi, Kawamata-machi, Kagamiishi-machi, Ishikawa-machi, Asakawa-machi, Furudono-machi, Miharu-machi, Ono-machi, Yabuki-machi, Tanagura-machi, Yamatsuri-machi, Hanawa-machi, Nishiaizu-machi, Bandai-machi, Inawashiro-machi, Aizubange-machi, Yanaizu-machi, Mishima-machi, Kanayama-machi, Aizumisato-machi, Shimogo-machi, Tadami-machi, Minamiaizu-machi, Otama-mura, Tenei-mura, Tamagawa-mura, Hirata-mura, Nishigo-mura, Izumizaki-mura, Nakajima-mura, Samegawa-mura, Kitashiobara-mura, Yukawa-mura, Showa-mura and Hinoemata-mura for the time being.
Hare meat obtained after capturing in Fukushima prefecture for the time being.
Copper pheasant meat obtained after capturing in Fukushima prefecture, for the time being.

Wild Aralia sprout produced in Fukushima-shi, Nihonmatsu-shi, Date-shi, Motomiya-shi, Koriyama-shi, Sukagawa-shi, Tamura-shi,
Shirakawa-shi, Soma-shi, Minamisoma-shi, Iwaki-shi, Kori-machi, Kawamata-machi, Kagamiishi-machi, Furudono-machi, Hanawa-machi, Hirono-machi, Shinchi-machi, Otama-mura, Nishigo-mura, Izumizaki-mura, Samegawa-mura, Kawauchi-mura and Katsurao-mura for the time
being.

Iwate Prefecture:

Soybeans produced in Ichinoseki-shi (limiting to former Iwashimizu-mura), for the time being, provided, however, that this shall not apply to Soybeans which is managed based on management policy set by Iwate prefecture
Log-grown shiitakes (outdoor cultivation) produced in Ofunato-shi, Hanamaki-shi, Kitakami-shi, Tono-shi, Ichinoseki-shi, Rikuzentakata-shi, Kamaishi-shi, Oshu-shi, Kanegasaki-cho, Hiraizumi-cho, Sumita-cho, Otsuchi-cho and Yamada-machi, for the time being
Log-grown pholiota nameko (outdoor cultivation) produced in Ofunato-shi, Ichinoseki-shi, Rikuzentakata-shi, Oshu-shi and Kamaishi-shi for the time being
Log-grown brick cap (outdoor cultivation) produced in Ichinoseki-shi and Oshu-shi, for the time being
Wild mushroom gathered in Ofunato-shi, Tono-shi, Ichinoseki-shi, Rikuzentakata-shi, Kamaishi-shi, Oshu-shi Kanegasaki-cho, Hiraizumi-cho and Sumita-cho for the time being
Bamboo shoot produced in Ichinoseki-shi, Rikuzentakata-shi and Oshu-shi for the time being
Koshiabura produced in Morioka-shi, Hanamaki-shi, Kitakami-shi, Tono-shi, Kamaishi-shi, Oshu-shi and Sumita-cho for the time being
Japanese royal ferns produced in Ichinoseki-shi, Oshu-shi and Sumita-cho for the time being
Wild Japanese parsleys produced in Ichinoseki-shi and Oshu-shi, for the time being.
Wild Pteridium aquilinum produced in Ichinoseki-shi, Rikuzentakata-shi, Oshu-shi and Hiraizumi-cho for the time being.
Japanese black porgy and Japanese seabass captured in Miyagi offshore, for the time being
Wild Whitespotted chars captured in Iwai river (including its branches) and Satetsu river (including its branches) for the time being
Japanese dace captured in Kesen river (including its branches), Okawa river in Iwate prefecture (including its branches), Kitakami river in Iwate prefecture (limiting lower reaches from Shijushida dam and including its branches but excluding upper reaches from Ishibane dam, Ishibuchi dam, Irihata dam, Gosho dam, Sotoyama dam, Tase dam, Tsunatori dam, Toyosawa dam and Hayachine dam) for the time being
Cattle (excluding under 12-month old) farmed in the prefecture to outside of the prefecture and not to ship any Cattle farmed in the prefecture to slaughterhouses for the time being, provided, however, that this shall not apply to Cattle which are managed based on shipment and inspection policy set by Iwate prefecture.
Bear meat obtained after capturing in Iwate prefecture for the time being.
Shika deer meat obtained after capturing in Iwate prefecture for the time being.
Copper pheasant meat obtained after capturing in Iwate prefecture for the time being.

Miyagi Prefecture:

Rice produced in Kurihara-shi (limiting to former Sawabe-mura) in 2013, provided, however, that this shall not apply to Rice which is managed
based on management policy set by Miyagi prefecture
Soybeans produced in Kurihara-shi (limiting to former Kaneta-mura), for the time being, provided, however, that this shall not apply to Soybeans which is managed based on management policy set by Miyagi prefecture.
Log-grown shiitakes (outdoor cultivation) produced in Sendai-shi, Ishinomaki-shi, Kesennuma-shi, Shiroishi-shi, Natori-shi, Kakuda-shi, Tome-shi, Kurihara-shi, Higashimatsushima-shi, Osaki-shi, Zao-machi, Shichikashuku-machi, Murata-machi, Kawasaki-machi, Marumori-machi, Taiwa-cho, Tomiya-cho, Ohira-mura, Shikama-cho, Kami-machi and Minamisanriku-cho, for the time being
Wild mushrooms collected in Kurihara-shi and Osaki-shi for the time being.
Bamboo shoot produced in Shiroishi-shi, Kurihara-shi and Marumori-machi, for the time being.
Ostrich fern produced in Kesennuma-shi, Kurihara-shi, Osaki-shi and Kami-machi, for the time being
Koshiabura produced in Kesennuma-shi, Tome-shi, Kurihara-shi, Osaki-shi, Shichikashuku-machi, Taiwa-cho and Minamisanriku-cho for the time being
Japanese royal fern produced in Kesennuma-shi, Osaki-shi and Marumori-machi, for the time being
Japanese black porgy and Japanese seabass captured in Miyagi offshore, for the time being.
Ayu sweetfish (excluding farmed fish) captured in Abukuma river in Miyagi prefecture (including its branches but excluding upper reaches from Shirahata dam) for the time being.
Whitespotted chars (excluding farmed fish) captured in Ichihasama river (limiting upper reaches from Hanayama dam and including its branches), Eai river (limiting upper reaches from Naruko dam and including its branches), Goishi river (limiting upper reaches from Kamafusa dam and including its branches), Sanhasama river (limiting upper reaches from Kurikoma dam and including its branches), Natori river (limiting upper reaches from Akiuotaki waterfall and including its branches), Nihasama river (limiting upper reaches from Aratozawa dam and including its branches), Hirose river (including its branches) and Matsukawa river (including its branches but excluding Nigorikawa river and its branches and upper reaches from Sumikawa No.4 dam), for the time being
Japanese dace captured in Abukuma river in Miyagi prefecture (including its branches but excluding upper reaches from Shichigashuku dam), Okawa river in Miyagi prefecture (including its branches) and Kitakami river in Miyagi prefecture (including its branches), for the time being
Cherry salmon (excluding farmed fish) captured in Abukuma river in Miyagi prefecture (including its branches but excluding upper reaches from Shichigashuku dam), for the time being
Cattle (excluding under 12-month old) farmed in the prefecture to outside of the prefecture and not to ship any Cattle farmed in the prefecture to slaughterhouse for the time being, provided, however, that this shall not apply to Cattle which are managed based on shipment and inspection policy set by Miyagi prefecture.
Boar meat obtained after capturing in Miyagi prefecture, for the time being.
Bear meat obtained after capturing in Miyagi prefecture, for the time being.

 

 

 

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