Disaster Prevention Information
- NHK World - Multilingual News
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- Miyazaki International Foundation Disaster Preparedness Pamphlet
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- Miyakonojo City Hall Disaster Prevention Information (Machine Translated)
Machine Translated into English
- Mimata Disaster Prevention Information (Japanese Only)
- Heavy Rain Warning Levels
As of May 20th, Heavy Rain Warning Levels have been changed. Please take a look and confirm for yourself what actions need to be taken at what warning levels.
- The Japanese Meteorological
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- Safety Tips Mobile Application
- CLAIR Multilingual Living Information (English Page)
- CLAIR Multilingual Living Information
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In order to reduce the spread of the Novel Coronavirus, please follow the following garbage disposal advice from Japan's Ministry of the Environment.
Miyakonojo City has developed a Disaster Prevention Guide Book for foreign residents. Disasters can occur at any time. During safe times, please consider reading the Disaster Prevention Guide for foreign residents, and be prepared for when the next disaster strikes.
The following pages contain information from the now-defunct Miyakonojo City Hall English Page that has been updated for use on the MIA Homepage.
- Disaster Prevention Maps - Evacuation Areas and Hospitals
- Protecting Yourself from Earthquakes
- Disaster Prevention for the Kirishima Mountains / Volcanic Warnings & Alert Levels
- Things to remember when staying at an evacuation area
- Heavy Rain, Flooding and Landslides
- Information regarding natural disasters
- Important Weather Warning Words
- "What do the emergency messages on my phone say?"