Fox News has reported about a nuclear Power station in Shibuya. I think some of you might have heard of Shibuya, that's the place where the super crowded intersection is with the giant TV screens. Come to think of it, having a nuclear power plant there is a good idea... Saves cost on extension cords.
From Media Matters:
Earlier today on Fox News' Your World With Neil Cavuto, this map popped up detailing the locations of Japan's nuclear power plants:
Notice at the bottom right: Shibuyaeggman
One name seems out of place on the graphic -- that of "Shibuyaeggman."
It doesn't show up on the International Atomic Energy Agency's list of Japanese nuclear power stations, and this map of Japanese nuclear installations from the Department of Energy's International Nuclear Safety Center doesn't have any listing for "Shibuyaeggman," and doesn't show a nuclear power plant anywhere near the location on the Fox News map. So I did a little research.
A quick Googling of "shibuyaeggman" turned up no meaningful results. A Nexis search was also fruitless. However, further inquiries revealed that Eggman is the name of a dance club in a trendy neighborhood of Tokyo called... Shibuya. And, it just so happens, the Fox graphic appears to place the alleged reactor in Tokyo. Here's a photo of Eggman -- as you can see, it's right below The @ Super Suits Store. And Johnny Hi-Fi played there in 2006.
Sounds like a fun place. But it doesn't sound like a nuclear power plant.
Hey! Laugh all you want but I have been to Egg Man many times and can tell you for a fact that it is an exciting, explosive and electric place... One time, my friend took Ecstasy there and said he felt like he had been radiated!
Thanks to Graham Pavey for sending in this gem!