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If you dial 110 without a city code, you can contact police anytime to make a report. When reporting from a public telephone, 110 can be called by pushing the red emergency contact button. (Same as calling 119.)
When you call, report in this order;
If you report that there is an injured person, an ambulance will be dispatched.
The fire department has both fire engines and ambulances.
When you call, report in this order:
Nobody knows when an earthquake happens, that's why it's terrible.
It is best to prepare and store an emergency kit consisting of: food, drinking water, flashlights, radios, first aid kits, a head protection called "Bousai Zukin", heavy gloves, jackets with long sleeves and strong shoes.
When the disaster occurs and your life seems to be in danger, you need to evacuate to safe place and save yourself.
In case of evacuation, please go to elementary schools, junior high schools and high schools.
Please use the windows as follows if you meet difficulties about daily life and human rights.
8:30a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday to Friday (only in Japanese)
(Chiba International Exchange Center Tel: 043-297-2966)
(Tokyo Legal Affairs Bureau Tel: 03-5213-1372)
(Tokyo Regional Immigration Bureau Tel: 03-5796-7112)
総務企画部 秘書広報課 広報広聴班
〒287-8501 千葉県香取市佐原ロ2127番地 (市役所4階）