BT0202 Natori City
Exhibition: In addition to the exhibition of "The way towards Recovery" and "Disaster Risk Education", you can also try hands-on disaster mitigation measures.
Theater room: In addition to the panel display of the tsunami damage in Natori City, you can also watch educational videos. （56 seats）The number of people is limited to prevent corona infection.
Community space: A place where information on the former and present Natori city is shared through a diorama of Yuriage town before the earthquake and the Natori walking map.
Others: Upon request, we can also introduce talks, workshops, and guides to the disaster area. For details, please see https://www.natori-denshoukan.jp/archives/program.
The purpose of this museum is to pass on the memories and lessons learned from the Great East Japan Earthquake to various parts of the world and to posterity, and to foster disaster risk awareness. We are grateful for the support we have received so far, and we will work together with the kataribe (eyewitnesses) and local residents who are engaged in disaster mitigation activities to help realize a society that is resilient to natural hazards.
Up to 20 people (due to measures against the spread of Covid-19 the number of people allowed to enter the museum at the same time is limited to 20)
Free of charge
About 30 minutes for the exhibition
Earthquake / Tsunami / Torrential rain and typhoon
Disaster preparedness / Aftermath of a disaster (72 hours) / Reconstruction
General / Voluntary organizations for disaster prevention / Local Authorities / Enterprises Elementary / junior high and high schools / University students / Educators / NPOs and NGOs / All
Guided tour / Self-guided tour
Natori City Earthquake Reconstruction Museum