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Emergency

Call 110 for the Police - in cases of crime, traffic accidents, etc. -

1.   Call 1-1-0

2.   Wait for the operator to answer.

3.   Tell the operator what the emergency is.

Tip: Speak slowly and clearly when you explain what’s happening, in JAPANESE if possible.

Example: Someone broke into my house. (Dorobo desu.)

An accident has happened. (Jiko desu.)

4.   Give the address/ location of the incident.

Tip: If you don’t know the address, you can give a nearby landmark or the street name.

5.   Give your name.

Example: My name is               .  (Namae wa                       desu.)

6.   Give the phone number of where you are calling from.

Example: My phone number is            . (Denwa-bango wa              desu.)

 

Call 119 for the Fire Department - in cases of fires, a sudden illness, etc. –

1. Call 1-1-9

2. Wait for the operator to answer

3. Tell the operator what the emergency is.

Tip: Speak slowly and clearly when you explain what’s happening, in JAPANESE if possible.

Example: There’s a fire. (Kaji desu.)

I have injured myself./ Someone is injured. (Kega desu.)

4. Give the address/ location of the incident.

Tip: If you don’t know the address, you can give a nearby landmark or the street name.

5. Give your name.

Example: My name is               .  (Namae wa                       desu.)

6. Give the phone number of where you are calling from.

Example: My phone number is            . (Denwa-bango wa              desu.)

** Dialing 119 from cellular phones

- When you dial 119 from a cellular phone, your call might get through to a Fire Department outside the city. You should follow the operator's instructions.

- If you are driving, pull over to a safe place and call.

- If you are driving on a freeway, confirm whether you are in the inbound lane or the outbound lane and then call.

- If you are not sure of the exact address or your voice through the mobile phone is not audible clearly due to weak signal strength, please make a call from a payphone nearby or a fixed-line phone.

- The mobile phone signal is weak, so please try to use fixed-line phones or payphones.

⇒ Communication Division, Fire Department , Call: 048-952-1211

Issuance of Disaster Victim Certificate

It is necessary to have a Disaster Victim Certificate when applying for tax deductions or claiming fire insurance and so on. When you suffer damage, please report it promptly.

⇒ Communication Division, Fire Department, Call: 048-952-1211

Install a fire alarm in your house

It is a requirement to install smoke detectors in bedrooms or stairwells of all houses with the enforcement of the amendment to the fire prevention ordinance. Also, it is recommended to install them in kitchens.

Inquiries: the Fire Prevention Division, Call: 048-952-1216


Holiday
Clinic

The Holiday Clinic provides treatment for residents who become ill during holiday periods. But in cases of emergency and severe illness, you should call an ambulance. (Call: 119)

Consultation Hours

(Sunday) 10 a.m. - noon, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.,  6 p.m. – 9 p.m. (Cut-off time: 8:30 p.m.)

(National Holidays, Dec 31, January 1 - 3 ) 10 a.m. - noon, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Department: Internal medicine, Pediatrics

Location: 2-181 Sakae (South Area, C-1)
Phone: 048-949-1000

  

u There are also Designated Emergency Hospitals within the city.

   Basically, the hospitals below provide emergency medical care for 24 hours a day.

   Please be sure to call and confirm the types and areas of medicine covered at each hospital.

Designated Medical Institutions Address / Phone number
Misato Chuo Sogo Byoin (Hospital) 745 Kobo  /  048-953-1321 (East Area, B-5)
Misato Kenwa Byoin (Hospital) 4-494-1 Takano  /  048-955-7171 (South Area, C-3)
San-Aikai Sogo Byoin(Hospital)

3-7-17 Hikonari /  048-958-3111 (West Area, C-2)