Disaster Prevention App

send link to app

Disaster Prevention App



Free

Description Minato City disaster prevention app is an application for spread and awareness of disaster prevention awareness to all residents and enterprises.By 3D image of depth and areas likely to be flooded in the event of a tsunami and liquefaction map, the disaster risk can be confirmed. It will help us to adopt the correspondence preparation and action for disaster.
【Explanation of contents】3D image of tsunami-caused flooding depthThis is an image of the actual landscape captured on the camera screen with an overlay of the assumed level of flooding that would occur in the case of an earthquake as strong as the Genroku Kanto earthquake. Assumed conditions: an earthquake on the scale of the Genroku Kanto earthquake (M8.2) has occurred; coastal levees and floodgates do not function; ground subsidence (50cm overall) occurs due to liquefaction (this is assumed to be the worst-case scenario in Minato City). Focus your camera on a target five meters away and scale the target image to approximate actual size using the onscreen guides.

Map of expected tsunami floodingThis shows the assumed level of flooding that would occur in the case of an earthquake on the scale of the Genroku Kanto earthquake (M8.2); coastal levees and floodgates do not function and ground subsidence (50cm overall) occurs due to liquefaction (this is assumed to be the worst-case scenario in Minato City).
Liquefaction mapThis shows areas (scaled in 50cm sections) that are highly vulnerable to liquefaction in the case of a M7.3 earthquake in the northern part of Tokyo Bay, expected to be the most severe cause of liquefaction in Minato City.
Tsunami videoThis shows chronological changes in the level of flooding due to a tsunami generated by an earthquake on the scale of the Genroku Kanto earthquake (changes in the level of flooding over time, starting with the occurrence of the earthquake). Assumed conditions: an earthquake on the scale of the Genroku Kanto earthquake (M8.2) has occurred; coastal levees and floodgates do not function; ground subsidence (50cm overall) occurs due to liquefaction (this is assumed to be the worst-case scenario in Minato City).
Map of safe buildings for refuge in case of tsunamiMap showing safe buildings for refuge in case of tsunami. Tsunami evacuation buildings offer temporary refuge for people in vulnerable areas in case an alert has been issued for a tsunami in Tokyo Bay and/or flooding is expected.
List of evacuation sitesMap of evacuation sites showing Minato City residents' evacuation sites (local disaster preparedness centers), welfare-related evacuation sites, evacuation sites in case of flooding, wide-area evacuation sites.Minato City residents' evacuation site (local disaster preparedness center; temporary shelter for city residents whose homes have been damaged.Welfare-related evacuation site: evacuation facility for senior citizens and people who need help or assistance Wide-area evacuation site: large open areas designated as evacuation areas where people can seek refuge in case of spreading fires.
Minato City disaster prevention map
Disaster information emailGo to the Minato City website http://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/bousai/bosai-anzen/bosai/saigai/mail.html
Telephone voice message service in case of disasterGo to the Minato City website http://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/bousai/bosai-anzen/bosai/daishinsai/saigaizirenraku.html
How to use AEDGo to the Japanese Red Cross Society website. http://www.jrc.or.jp/
Disaster preparedness facilities in parksDisaster preparedness and emergency relief facilities in parks are introduced here.