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Bosai-Disaster Prevention

The frightening things about living in Japan have been earthquakes, thunders, fires and typhoons. As the proverb says, gDisasters come when people forget themh But today, gDisasters come before people forget themg

You may come across the following conversations, gDo you have an emergency Bosai drillHh gYes, I do it both at my own house and a nearby community. Besides I have prepared emergency Bosai supplies, emergency Bosai kits and the map for times of emergency.h gWe must not forget disaster in time of peace.h
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