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“Tōkai (東海村 Tōkai-mura?) is a village located in Naka District, Ibaraki|Naka District]], Ibaraki Prefecture, in the northern Kantō region of Japan. As of September 2015, the village had an estimated population of 37,885 and a population density of 997 persons per km². Its total area was 37.98 km². The Japan Atomic Energy Agency along with other organizations currently operate a number of nuclear technology research facilities in the town. In particular, Tōkai Nuclear Power Plant is located in Tōkai.
JAEA has several facilities located in Tōkai, Ibaraki, which was the first center in Japan for nuclear research. Currently, JAEA has expanded to several other sites in the Ibaraki Prefecture as well as all of Japan.
Tokai R&D Center (東海研究開発センター)
Nuclear Chemistry Research Center
Nuclear Fuel Cycle Engineering Laboratories
The Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex (大強度陽子加速器計画 or J-PARC for short) houses many particle research facilities“.