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(PD/P-06) Rokkasho: Japanese Site for ITER

S. Ohtake1), M. Yamaguchi2), S. Matsuda3), H. Kishimoto3)
1) Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Tokyo, Japan
2) Aomori Prefectural Government, Nagashima, Japan
3) Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI), Tokyo, Japan

Abstract.  The Atomic Energy Commission of Japan authorized ITER as the core machine of the Third Phase Basic Program of Fusion Energy Development. After a series of discussions in the Atomic Energy Commission and the Council of Science and Technology Policy, Japanese Government concluded formally with the Cabinet Agreement on 31 May 2002 that Japan should participate in the ITER Project and offer the Rokkasho-Mura site for construction of ITER to the Negotiations among Canada (CA), the European Union (EU), Japan (JA), and the Russian Federation (RF). The JA site proposal is now under the international assessment in the framework of the ITER Negotiations.

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