Disaster Areas in Recovery
The return to normal life in areas devastated by disasters.
Even after a powerful earthquake, Hokkaido remained a dependable resort area thanks to its strong sense of community and its diverse people.
Although flooded by Typhoon Jebi in September 2018, Kansai International Airport rapidly recovered. Creating a new disaster strategy: more integrated, with stronger functions.
Historic scenery dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries are one of Kurashiki’s world-class charms surviving even recent natural disasters.
Technologies Supporting the Future
Topics about on-going advances in Japanese disaster prevention technologies.
Technical innovations in disaster prevention and mitigation continue to advance in Japan. A look at the technology supporting Tokyo Skytree, a tower 634 meters tall, and the Shinkansen, the high-speed rail.
Helpful Resources for Everyone
In the event that a disaster does occur, relevant information and supplies will be available to foreigners as well as Japanese.
Access to the correct information is crucial during a disaster. That is why Japan is strengthening its dissemination of information in multiple languages in order to reassure foreign visitors during their stay in Japan.