Akio Aomori

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Akio Aomori (Akio Komori), left by [1]

Akio Aomori is misspelling of name of Akio Komori, who was the Managing Director of the Tokyo Electric Power Company [2] and become famous in year 2011, while under his management the Fukushima disaster gradually rose its rank from 3 to 7.

The misspelling appears at the article [1] by the Iran and International New Online.

Other uses of term Akio Aomori has been suggested by the anonymous user operating through IP; but these other uses are not supported with the references it suggests.


  1. 1.0 1.1 http://hamsayeh.net/world/478-tepco-managing-director-cried-after-admitting-fukushima-disaster-cover-up.pdf TEPCO Managing Director Cried After Admitting Fukushima Disaster Cover up. Saturday, 19 March 2011 00:06. The Japanese company TEPCO managing director at Fukushima Daichii I nuclear power plant Akio Aomori was shown on the national television openly crying after attending a press conference this afternoon. Apparently, Aomori has finally admitted covering up of the scale of disaster at the crippled plant by his company for the purpose of not losing face. Amori acknowledged underreporting facts at Fukushima plant.
  2. http://www.pressherald.com/news/leaders-we-could-have-moved-quicker_2011-03-19.html ERIC TALMADGE, MARI YAMAGUCHI. Japanese official: 'We could have moved quicker'. ..The government raised the accident classification for the nuclear crisis from Level 4 to Level 5 on a seven-level international scale.