Videos and pamphlets, etc.
TOKYO Resilience Project
The “TOKYO Resilience Project” aims to ensure the safety and security of its residents against five risks: windstorms, floods, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, power and communication disruptions, infectious diseases.
Below are Japanese materials only
Kyoko and Manabu’s TOKYO STORY
This short drama series follows the new life of two young people with opposite personalities: the strong-minded “Kyoko” and the optimistic “Manabu.” Learn about disaster preparedness through this fun story.
Total 7 pages
The comprehensive pamphlet introduces the details and countermeasures for five types of crises: severe floods and storms, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, disruption of power and communications, and infectious diseases.
Pamphlet (Children’s Version)
Total 7 pages
This easy-to-understand pamphlet is designed for children and their families to learn about the details and countermeasures for five types of crises: severe floods and storms, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, disruption of power and communications, and infectious diseases.
5-minute introduction to the TOKYO Resilience Project
Total 18 pages
This illustrated booklet introduces the project details in an easy-to-understand manner. Have a look if you would like to learn more about the project.
Disaster Prevention Quest (PR Tokyo, extra issue)
Disaster Prevention Quest: Can You Come Home?”, the first extra issue of PR Tokyo, is a role-playing game that allows readers to learn disaster prevention knowledge while having fun. It also introduces “Disaster Prevention Survival Recipes” prepared by Ryuji, a cooking expert, as a sub-project.