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BT0060 Tagajo City

Disaster prevention seminar.

Contents/ Itinerary for BOSAI Tourism

Lecturer: Naomi Abe, disaster prevention officer/illustrator, Usagito oekaki Co., Ltd.
Using the book "40 disaster prevention ideas learning from afflicted mother" published by the lecturer, the knowledge which mother should know at the time of a disaster, goods that should be prepared, and the necessity of disaster prevention will be introduced in a seminar-style method. Since lecturer was a mother with a 1-year-and-7-month-old boy at the time of the disaster, She will tell the lessons and the ideas gained in the experience, from a mother's point of view.

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

Learn disaster prevention from a mother's standpoint.
Consider what to do when a family with infants faces disaster.
Disaster preparedness, disaster prevention equipment which is necessary when the specific situation of having infants, and what parents have to check before a disaster are informed.

Minimum capacity

2 people.

Maximum capacity

Up to 10 people (Joining with your children is allowed.) Consultation required if the number of people will be more than 10.

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

15,000 yen (up to 10 people) + 1,300 yen as a side reader book fee multiplied by the number of participants.
Venue cost is not included. (If held in Tagajo City, we can arrange the venue. However, if the location is outside of Tagajo City, Miyagi Prefecture you must arrange a venue yourself. Any other costs of the trip will be added in this case.)

Required time for BOSAI Tourism Contents

About 40 minutes to 1 hour. Weekdays only (as a rule).

Disaster Categories

All disasters

Disaster phases of the contents

Disaster preparedness / Aftermath of a disaster (72 hours)


Other (Moms, dads, and supporting families who are raising preschoolers. Especially women who did not have any children at the time of disaster.)

How to implement BOSAI Tourism Contents


Organization Names

community café & guided tour TAGANOKI