BT0057 Natori City

Storyteller dispatch

Contents/ Itinerary for BOSAI Tourism

At "Memoire de Yuriage", we give an opportunity to storytellers to tell their experiences from the disaster area nationwide. The project was started for the people who can not make a trip to Tohoku area even if they want to, and to not let the memory of the disaster fade away. This program is composed of a 10 to 20 minute movie and a 40 to 60 minute story by storytellers. In total, this program runs for around one and a half hours.
Watching the short movie before listening to the story from the storytellers allows participants to learn about the content of activities and the damage situation in the Yuriage area of Natori City, Miyagi Prefecture, in greater depth.

What we want to tell through the experiences of BOSAI Tourism Contents

The importance of life was acutely acknowledged by the Great East Japan Earthquake in which many people died. We continue these storyteller activities with the hope that we will never have people experience the same feeling from a disaster again. Storytellers will talk about any topics you want to know about seriously.

Minimum capacity

One person

Maximum capacity

Depends on venue

Fee (Per person or per activity) for BOSAI Tourism Contents

Speaking fee (includes fee for storytellers and expense charge:
30,000 yen (including tax) per session
An extra 15,000 yen (including tax) will be added from the second session
A daily allowance of the case with the accommodation: 5,000 yen (including tax) per night.
Travel fee: actual expense (In the case of car: calculated at 32yen/1km)
Accommodation fee: actual expense
*actual costs must be discussed.

Required time for BOSAI Tourism Contents

About 60 to 90 minutes.

Disaster Categories

Earthquake / Tsunami

Disaster phases of the contents



All / Other (Targeted at women's fire prevention club, neighborhood association, after-school activity)

How to implement BOSAI Tourism Contents


Organization Names

Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Museum "Memoire de Yuriage"