In May 2011, at Hamaoka-5, the main condenser thin tube was damaged and seawater intruded to the reactor facility. It was purified to a level where corrosion did not occur by replacing the intruding water. However a few years later, the leak occurred from the stainless steel welded joint. It is presumed that the cause is that crevice corrosion was caused by the welded part of stainless steel with high corrosion sensitivity, the inflow of chloride ions, and the crud deposits. And in this study, we aim to elucidate the corrosion mechanism by reproducing the actual corrosion.