In December 2012, the station was opened with a craft shop, Memori next to a community cafe, Cafe Slow in Koubunji.
It measures food and soil, disseminates information, and conducts counseling on various issues.
In summer 2013, it obitained a highly efficient dosimeter called "Hot Spot Finder” and is conducting a Radioactivity Visualization Project.
In Spring 2014, a booklet called "Hakaru, Shiru, Kurasu" ("Measure, Know, Live") was published in collaboration with two NGOs.
It conveys lessons learned from experiences of measurement and holds workshosp and seminars on protection from radioactivity.
Responsible as the manager of the Network of Citizens’ Radiactive Measurement Stations in Japan, and secretary organaizer of MDS.