English and Japanese text only.
BT0044 Kesennuma City
A storyteller will explain the situation at the time of the Great East Japan Earthquake, as well as the current state of reconstruction while riding along the evacuation route taken during the time of the disaster. They will also talk about the need for disaster preparedness learned from the experience of the Great East Japan Earthquake, and the history of industry and disasters of the Sanriku region (Miyagi Prefecture).
Target participants for the program include individual university officials, foreign officials, volunteers who came to Kesennuma, and junior and high school students. We will explain the importance of making a community strong against disaster.
We aim to let participants know the current situation in Kesennuma City, Miyagi Prefecture. We wish to encourage self-help and mutual assistance, and provide a chance to consider disaster preparedness in order to avoid a similar tragedy ever happening again. This is the main purpose of telling participants the situation at the time of disaster, the state of reconstruction, and the necessity of disaster preparedness.
100 people in two large buses (but only when the microphones of the two buses are linked)
1 group: 5,000 yen (excl. tax)
Contact us if your group is small.
Minimum of 1 hour. Can be adjusted according to the schedule and number of participants.
Earthquake / Tsunami
Aftermath of a disaster (72 hours) / Reconstruction
All (Including Volunteers)
Volunteer Station in Kesennuma
Tel & Fax: 0226-23-0899