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1. 緊急・防災 (英語)

1 In the Event of Emergencies or Natural Disasters

(1) Emergencies 

1. In case of an emergency

 

The following emergency numbers are available for emergency situations, depending on the type of emergency. All lines are open 24 hours a day.

 

emergencynumbers

*These numbers are only for emergency uses and are not intended for inquiries. Ambulance services in Japan are free of charge. However, please refrain from requesting an ambulance if the case is minor and can be dealt with using your own vehicle or a taxi.

2. In case of sudden illness or injury

You can use emergency medical facilities on holidays and at night.

Information on medical facilities available on holidays
Ekimae Health Counseling Center

TEL 024-983-7715 (Saturday, Sunday and Holidays)

Koriyama City Public Health Center
TEL 024-924-2120 (Weekdays)

Holiday & Night-time Emergency Hospital (Big Heart)
1-1 Kamikameda, Koriyama City
TEL 024-934-5656

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For medical institutions providing foreign language services, please refer to the "Fukushima Medical Information Net" on the web page of the Fukushima International Association (see below).

Fukushima International Association (TEL 024-521-1315)
Fukushima Medical Information Net
http://www.worldvillage.org/life/medical.html

(2) Natural Disasters

It is very important to always be prepared for natural disasters, so that in the event of a disaster you can proceed without panicking and damage can be kept to a minimum. Knowing where to evacuate in the event of an emergency is also essential.

1. Earthquakes

Japan is known for its frequency of earthquakes, which sometimes cause subsequent tsunamis. Fire is the most common cause of collateral damage. After the shaking subsides, it is important to turn off heat sources such as gas stoves and heaters as soon as possible in order to prevent fire. Shut off the gas by closing the main valve and unplug all electric appliances. When evacuating, do so after switching off the circuit breaker. In case of a fire, let the neighbors know and work together to extinguish or control the fire before the fire department arrives.

2. Typhoons

Typhoons generally occur between July and October and are accompanied by heavy storms and rainfall.
They can cause landslides as well as flooding.

Fukushima International Association (TEL 024-521-1315)

“Multilingual Handout on Earthquake Preparation” http://www.worldvillage.org/bousai/happen.html (外部サイトへリンク)

Koriyama City Multilingual Disaster Prevention Handbook
(Available in 4 languages)
http:///www.city.koriyama.fukushima.jp/034100/bosai/handbook.html

'SUMAHO Emergency Navigation' Smart Phone App
(by Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance., Ltd.)
http://www.ms-ins.com/sumaho/saigai.html (外部サイトへリンク)

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(3) Nuclear Disaster

Regarding the radioactive contamination resulting from the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Power Plant following the East Japan Great Earthquake in March, 2011, the first concern is the safety and peace of mind of children. Koriyama City is taking various measures, including decontamination works at schools and parks, radiation health checks, measures concerning food safety, as well as showing the world the recovery process of the city.

1. Radiation testing of foodstuffs

In order to eliminate fears concerning food, Koriyama City has installed easy-to-use radioactivity measuresment devices in local facilities to inspect radioactive substances contained in the foods that are brought-in by the citizens.
*Reservation in advance is required

Inspection Facilities (20 locations in Koriyama City) Open hours
All City Hall Branch Offices (Gyosei Center) Weekdays 08:30 ~ 17:15
Midorigaoka-, Oyamada- and Takase Community Centers Weekdays 08:30 ~ 17:15
Citizens Plaza (Big-i) Wed. - Sun. 10:00 ~ 18:45
Niko-niko Kodomo Kan Weekdays 08:30 ~ 17:15(Closed every 3rd Sat./Sun.)
Wholesale Market Administrative Office Weekdays 08:30 ~ 17:15

 

Koriyama City Hall, Public Health Center, Radiation Health Monitoring Division
TEL: 024-924-0201 - E-mail: kenkoukanri@city.koriyama.fukushima.jp

2. Lending of dosimeters to measure doses of radiation around private residences

Koriyama City lends radiation measurement instruments to residents to check radiation levels and the amount of multiplied exposure in areas around the house in order to eliminate citizens' uneasiness against radiation.

Description

Office

Lending of survey meters to individuals 1F, West Building of City Hall TEL 024-924-0071
Lending of electronic dosimeters to individuals 1F, West Building of City Hall TEL 024-924-0071
Disposition of dosimeters for
neighborhood associations
Nuclear Disaster Policy and
Response Division, Koriyama City Hall
TEL 024-924-4731

 

3. Radiation monitoring map (Only in Japanese)

Koriyama City measures radiation levels regularly at more than 2,000 locations in the city, including at elementary and junior high schools, day-care centers and parks and the results are published on the website of Koriyama City. The laboratory inspection results of tap water, farm products and foods are also made public.
Website: http://www.sonicweb-asp.jp/koriyama/

Nuclear Disaster Policy and Response Division, Koriyama City Hall 
TEL 024-924-4731
E-mail: gensiryokusaigai@city.koriyama.fukushima.jp

Fukushima International Association
Information related to the East Japan Great Earthquake such as environmental radioactivity measurement (in 6 languages)http://www.worldvillage.org/jishin/index.html

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