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Disaster Preparedness/ 防災    

*What to prepare at home

家庭での備え

 

*How to communicate with your family etc.

災害時の連絡方法

 

*What to do when an earthquake occurs

地震が発生したときの行動

*Basic words related to evacuation

避難に関する用語

*List of Emergency Shelters

避難場所一覧 

Crisis Management and Disaster Prevention Division(危機管理防災課):048-952-1294

Disaster Emergency Message Dial 171(NTT災害時伝言ダイヤル):171

 

 

 

 

 

(Last updated on September 14, 2018)

What to prepare at home:

Once a serious disaster occurs, we may face the circumstances where the utilities such as electricity, gas, water supply and telephone go out, the public transportation is disrupted and foods and commodities are in short due to halted logistics. You should be prepared for such risks as mentioned above. Make a list of goods that you would need in case of a disaster, keep them in your stockpile and periodically check their conditions and expiration dates.


Emergency supplies

Here is a list of primary emergency supplies (that should be packed in a knapsack etc. and stored at an ‘easy-to-carry’ place like the entrance hall or your bed room). 

Emergency food and water

Drinking water, hardtack, canned food, chocolate, biscuits/ crackers etc.

water

Valuables

Cash, seal, and copies of important document such as a bank passbooks, health insurance card, driver’s license, ID, bonds, Residence Certificate

valuables

First aid kit and hygiene items

Gauze, absorbent cotton, disinfectant, bandages, eye lotion, cold medicine, stomach medicine, antipyretic

*If you have a chronic disease: dispensing medicine(s) and a copy of prescription or medicine notebook

f aid

Items to take with to evacuate safely

Flashlight, extra batteries, helmet etc.

helmet

Tools to collect information

Portable radio, a permanent marker(s) and notepad

Other daily necessities

Towel, clothing, masks, large handkerchief, work groves, candles, lighter,    rain gear, can opener, knife, plastic sheet, plastic bag, facial tissue, wet wipes, disposable heat pad, sanitary napkins, portable toilet etc.

cloth

 

*For families with a baby

Formula milk, baby bottle (and sterilizing agent for baby bottles), baby food, Paper diapers, wipe, Mother and Child Health Handbook

*For families with a pregnant woman

Sanitary items, gauze, bleached cotton cloth, goods for newborns, Mother and Child Health Handbook

*For families with a person  who is allergic to food

Non-allergenic foods

* For families with an elderly or a person who needs care

Goods for nursing care for the elderly, emergency foods which are tenderly cooked, spare glasses or contact lenses, false teeth, hearing aid, paper diaper for adults, spare supportive device, household medicines, Certificate of Disability etc.

*For families with a pet

Pet food, goods for pets (plate, leash, cage etc.), pet keeper’s contact information

Emergency Stockpile

Emergency stockpile is the necessities which you will use for a few days before the daily life is restored after the disaster. Keep your stockpile in a box and store it in a pantry or a closet.

Foods: Canned foods, retort pouched foods, dried foods, sweets or snacks, nutritional supplements, and etc. Keep a stock of at least 3 days of consumption, desirably for 7 days.
Drinking water: You will need drinking water of approximately 3 liters per adult person per day. Keep a stock of at least 3 days of consumption, desirably for 7 days.
Portable toilet and toilet paper rolls: You may not be able to flush the toilet due to disrupted water supply at a disaster.
Fuel and others: Portable gas stove, spare gas canisters

(be sure to have enough), spare clothing, briquettes, medicine, solid fuel, blankets, sleeping bags, plastic bags, disposable heat packs, plastic cling films, tool kits, PE container for water to be rationed, cups/dishes, soaps, dry shampoos, newspapers, cartons, cloth tape for packing and more.

stock 

Stockpile circulationconsume, replenish and keep your stockpile at a proper level
You do not have to store specialized emergency foods for a long period; instead you can regularly consume a part of the stored goods and replenish their alternates to keep your stockpile.

You can store in your stockpile not only emergency foods but also canned foods or retort pouched foods with approximately 1 year of expiration dates.

If you do so, you can have foods which you used to consume on normal days even in a disaster period and it helps you to feel relieved. 

 

stockpiles


How to communicate with your family member or any other person in an emergency situation

Use the Disaster Emergency Message Dial 171 to record your voice over the phone.

In an event of disaster (e.g. seismic ‘intensity 6 Lower’ or greater), NTT Disaster Emergency Message Dial will start the service.

NTT Disaster Emergency Message Dial (171)

Dial 171 (without area code); then you can leave or hear a massage.

To leave your massage:    171 ⇒ 1 ⇒ ●●●-●●●-●●●● (phone number)

To hear the massage:      171 ⇒ 2 ⇒ ●●●-●●●-●●●● (phone number)


To confirm an administrative wireless message again, call our TOLL-FREE number!

If you want to hear the message announced by the City’s Disaster-preventive Administration Radio System call the number below: 0120-954-310 (from a fixed phone or pay phone)

*If you call from a mobile phone or Smartphone, dial 048-953-1125 (charge required).

Emergency Alert Mail (Area Mail)

In the event of disasters, below listed cellular phone companies will send an Emergency Alert Mail (Area Mail) by means of a specified alarm sound, vibration, pop-up massage and/or in other manners (for free of communication and information charges).

Depending on your mobile device, the setting function for a ‘change of display language’ or an installed ‘translator application’ may display the massage in English, for example, or in other language than Japanese. Please visit those phone companies’ websites for details.

Streaming contents of information:

Cellular phone companies offering the service:

・Evacuation Preparation/ Evacuation Timing for Elderly, etc.

・Evacuation Advisory

・Evacuation Order (Urgent)

・Earthquake Early Warning (EEW)

・Emergency Warning

・Disaster Prone Areas Information

・Flood Warnings and Advisories for designated rivers 

  [Except for river flood warning information]

・Tokai Earthquake Prediction Information

・Ballistic Missile Attacks Information

・Aerial Intrusion Information

・Attacks by Guerrillas/ Special Operation Forces Information

・Large-scale Terrorist Attacks Information, and so forth…

・NTT DOCOMO

・KDDI(au)

・SoftBank

Kaichan

What to do when an earthquake occur

◆When you are at home

at home


When you are outside

outside

Basic words related to evacuation

Emergency broadcasting will be announced only in Japanese to advise residents to evacuate from home or office when a disaster happens. Learn Japanese words related to evacuation (its sound and meaning) so you can safely evacuate once you hear the broadcasting. It is also important that you do not wait the broadcasting but evacuate promptly relying on your own judgment if you feel you will be in danger. 


Announcement on Evacuation Information and Actions you should take

Level of evacuation

Category

Actions you should take

First stage

 

避難準備・高齢者等避難開始
[Hinan Junbi/ Koureisha-tou Hinan Kaishi]

Evacuation preparation / Evacuation Timing for the elderly, etc.

(Evacuation Preparation / the Elderly to start evacuation)

- Prepare evacuation at this stage. Keep your eyes on the weather information and be ready to evacuate at any time. (e.g. contacting with your family members and check the items in your emergency bag.)

- The elderly or a physically disabled person who needs more time to evacuate should start evacuation immediately with his/her family or the neighbors.

 

Second stage

 

避難勧告
[Hinan Kankoku]

Evacuation Advisory

 

 

You are facing a dangerous situation. Start evacuating to an emergency shelter etc. (Choose a route as safe as possible.)

 

*In an event of flood, landslide sediment disaster or when it is dangerous to go outside (i.e. during a night time or continuous heavy raining), evacuate yourself to the 2nd or upper floor.

Third stage

 

避難指示(緊急)

[Hinan Shiji (Kinkyu)]

Evacuation Order (Urgent) 

You are now in an extreme danger. Evacuate immediately to an emergency shelter etc.

 (Choose a route as safe as possible.)

*In an event of flood, landslide sediment disaster or when it is dangerous to go outside (i.e. during a night time or continuous heavy raining), evacuate yourself to the 2nd or upper floor.

Note: In some cases, Evacuation Advisory or Evacuation Order (Urgent) may be issued prior to announcement of Evacuation preparation / Evacuation Timing for the elderly, etc. 

List of Emergency Shelters: 

In some cases, Evacuation Advisory or Evacuation Order (Urgent) may be issued prior to announcement of Evacuation preparation / Evacuation Timing for the elderly, etc.

Emergency Shelters

Address

Phone

1

DMU Misato Nursing School

3-11-21 Hikonari

048-948-7580

2

Hikoito JHS

3-14-4 Hikonari

048-957-1215

3

Hikoito ES

3-10-23 Hikonari

048-957-0201

4

Zemma ES

197-1 Zemma

048-958-1211

5

Ushiroya ES

36-3 Ushiroya

048-959-4500

6

Waseda JHS 

5-56 Hikonari

048-958-1231

7

Sakura ES

4-5-16 Hikonari

048-957-5033

8

Hikosato ES   

3-8-29 Hikonari

048-957-9911

9

Pref. Misato Technological HS

3-325 Hikonari

048-958-2331

10

Tachibana ES

4-3-18 Hikonari

048-957-1266

11

Hikonari JHS

4-1-19 Hikonari

048-957-1201

12

Mizunuma Shimin Center

870 Kamihikona

048-950-2277

13

Tango ES

5-3 Waseda

048-957-1217

14

Mizuki ES

1-6-1 Satsukidaira 

048-957-1310

15

Mizuho JHS

1001 Ohiroto

048-957-3355

16

Pref. Misato Special Needs School

56 Komagata

048-952-1205

17

Waseda ES

3-2-1 Misato

048-952-4151

18

Pref. Misato Kita HS

808 Ohiroto

048-952-0151

19

Kita JHS

2-13-1 Izumi

048-952-5281

20

Hikonari ES

1-133 Hikokura

048-952-1265

21

Kobo ES

88 Motai

048-952-0211

22

Pref. Misato HS

620-1 Hanawada

048-953-0021

23

Shinwa ES

2-28-12 Chuo

048-952-0121

24

Sakae JHS

4-325 Sakae

048-952-1201

25

Maekawa JHS

5-141 Sakae

048-953-4401

26

Minami JHS

3-356 Takano

048-955-0550

27

Togasaki ES

3-76-1 Togasaki

048-955-0913

28

Yagisato ES

1-35-1 Takano

048-955-0912

29

Takano ES

3-211 Takano

048-955-1911

30

Maeya ES

2-600 Togasaki 

048-955-9331

31

Fukiage ES

921-1 Yomaki  

048-955-5964

32

Takasu ES

2-275 Takasu

048-955-0097

33

Takasu-higashi ES

2-409 Takasu 

048-955-7711

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



































Saigai-ji Kitaku Shien Station

Saigai-ji Kitaku Shien Station is a place to support people on their way home on foot in the event of disasters.

You will be offered to use free of charge tap water, toilet and obtain information at a store(*) with the sticker on the right ‘During a natural disaster, we will assist those who have to walk home’ (in English).
*Stores: e.g. convenience store, fast food restaurant, family restaurant and gas station

 

‘During a natural disaster, we will assist those who have to walk home.’
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◆Misato City Flood Hazard Map
– Local area <Japanese>

  http://www.city.misato.lg.jp/kouzui/hzm/index.html

◆Misato City Earthquake Hazard Map <Japanese>

  http://www.city.misato.lg.jp/jishin2015/index.html


Inquiries:
Crisis Management and Disaster Prevention Section,

Crisis Management and Disaster Prevention Division

Phone: 048-952-1294

Japanese version/ 日本語版
(最終更新: 2018年9月10日)