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We provide a basic guide in many languages on
what to do when you have to evacuate because of an earthquake.
We created this guide hoping it will be useful for foreign people living in Japan and who are suffering from the 3.11 earthquake.
It almost past one year after the nightmare. Nothing is completely recovered, but everyone try to restart.
We want this page be a guide to be prepared for many foreign people still visiting Japan. (2012.3.15)
PS: Be sure to check your contry’s embassy information too.

The guide is a translation from the Japanese page: (information update at 2011.3.11 18:52 )

Please link to this website. You ca also print this guide.


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28 Responses to This page is…

  1. Izumi Watanabe says:

    I would like to suggest that as many Japanese people have very high reading skills in English that any articles dealing with the earthquake and mental health issues in Japan could usefully provide contact details for emergency services, hotlines and support services for people who are experiencing stress, trauma, feeling depressed or even feeling suicidal.

    Here is some information that hopefully will be of use to anyone here in Japan or for anyone inside or outside Japan who are concerned for friends and family in Japan who are using the internet to search for help on the earthquake in Japan. Bloggers and websites worldwide please feel free to post and pass this information on. Thank you.

    Some Emergency Contact Numbers:

    Both the Police and Fire/Medical Assistance are available 24 hours a day.

    110 is the number to the Police Headquarter Command Post, and 119 is to the Fire Department Command and Control Center. They will take your call, and arrange a police car, fire engine, or ambulance in case of emergency.

    You can dial 110 and 119 for free. Even from a public phone, you do not need a phone card or money. Hope this may be of some help to anyone reading this on the internet.

    Next some useful telephone numbers and links for residents of Tokyo and Japan who speak Japanese and/or English who need to get in touch with a medical or mental health professional qualified in Japan are as follows:

    Inochi no Denwa (Lifeline Telephone Service in Japanese):
    Japan: 0120-738-556
    Tokyo: 3264 4343

    AMDA International Medical Information Center

    For people in Japan and around the world trying to locate/inform friends and relatives resident in Japan or inform friends and relatives around the world:

    Google Person Finder (消息情報): 2011 日本地震
    Person Finder: 2011 Japan Earthquake
    Person Finder: 2011 일본 지진
    Google 网上寻人: 2011 日本地震
    Person Finder: 2011 日本地震

    Here in Tokyo at TCS:
    Counseling available in Tokyo for English, Japanese, French, German, Korean and Portuguese speakers:

    Tokyo Counseling Services

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