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BT0087 Iwanuma City

Disaster Storytelling Program

Contents/Itinerary for BOSAI

After watching the 13 minute DVD, "The History of Reconstruction," a guide will show participants around Ainokama park. While visiting the memorial monument in the park, the fire lookout tower, and the foundation of homes which were damaged by the tsunami in March 2011, the guide will explain what happened at that time. The "Millenium Hope Hills" is not only a symbol of the reconstruction, but also plays a role as part of a system of multiple defenses against tsunamis. Iwanuma City has introduced four defenses as a countermeasure against a tsunami disaster. Learn about the concept of disaster risk reduction, which minimizes the damage caused by disasters, from these efforts.

What we want to tell through our BOSAI contents

Lessons from the disaster, a mindset of disaster prevention in daily life, and Iwanuma City's efforts to mitigate future damage.

Minimum capacity

From 1 person

Maximum capacity

40 people (Please contact us for more than 40 people)

Fee (Per person or per activity)

3,000 yen per guide

Required time for BOSAI contents

40 minutes to 60 minutes

Disaster Categories

Tsunami

Disaster phases of the contents

All

Targets

All

How to implement BOSAI contents

Lecture tour

Organization Names

Iwanuma City Millenium Hope Hills Exchange Center

Phone

TEL/FAX 0223-23-8577