Yesterday headline was brand-new hot spot in Tokyo, radioactively-hot, of course.
This hot spot was located on public road, narrow side walk where many resident including children have been passing through every day.
And it was determined that the source of radiation was the bottled radioactive radium which was found under the floor of adjacent old house. It was said that the bottles looked very old and no one was living in the house.
Some ppl were said to ask to the government to check this hot spot before 311, but the government payed no attention to residents voice.
It might be bright side of Fukushima accident that we Japanese (including public officials) have become more careful about radioactive materials. I am saving money to purchase a dosemeter :)