Visiting lectures on the 100th anniversary of the Great Kanto Earthquake

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On-site presentation

Disaster prevention experts will be dispatched to learn about the damage caused by the Great Kanto Earthquake and the lessons learned from it.
Let’s learn about the hazards facing the community and consider how to prepare for future disasters.

Outline of the Lecture

Lecture for town councils/neighborhood associations

Target: Members of town councils and neighborhood associations in Tokyo
Content: Support for promoting mutual aid efforts

Delivery lectures to municipalities

Target: Ward and municipal government officials and residents
Content: To strengthen local initiatives and improve disaster prevention knowledge

Campus lectures

Target: Seminars and clubs at universities and vocational schools in Tokyo
Content:To improve knowledge of disaster prevention and develop future disaster prevention human resources

Implementation Method

Please choose from the following two methods.
In principle, campus delivery lectures are conducted in a face-to-face manner.

Face-to-face method

At a date, time, and venue of your choice during the implementation period.
Please prepare the venue (including the cost of the rental fee).
In the event that there are too many applications, we may ask you to reschedule the date and time.
Online method using a web conference system is also available. If you wish to use the online method, please contact the secretariat.

Video distribution and DVD rental method

Video distribution during the desired one-month period of the implementation period
We will create a video exclusively for your group based on the preliminary hearing.
Participants can watch the video at their own convenience from the dedicated distribution site.
DVDs containing the videos for the group can be rented (DVDs will be collected at a later date).

Application and Implementation Period

Application Period Implementation period
Face-to-face method Video distribution and DVD rental
1st period Wednesday, April 5
 ~Wednesday, May 17
Saturday, July 1
 ~Saturday, September 30
(1) Saturday, July 1 – Monday, July 31
(2) Tuesday, August 1 – Thursday, August 31
(3) Friday, September 1 – Saturday, September 30
Second Period May 18 (Thursday)
 ~ Wednesday, August 16
Sunday, October 1
 ~Thursday, December 28
(4) Sunday, October 1 – Tuesday, October 31
(5) Wednesday, November 1 – Thursday, November 30
(6) Friday, December 1 – Friday, January 5
Third Period August 17 (Thursday)
 ~Tuesday, October 31
Friday, January 5
 ~Thursday, February 29, 2024
2024 (7) January 5 (Friday) – January 31 (Tuesday)
(7) Friday, January 5 – Wednesday, January 31
(8) Thursday, February 1 – Thursday, February 29, 2024

How to apply

Visiting lectures for town councils, neighborhood councils, and municipalities

Please apply using the 2023 Tokyo Disaster Prevention Learning Seminar Web Application Form below.
Please select “S Course” if you wish to attend this delivery lecture.

2023 “Tokyo Disaster Prevention Learning Seminar” Web Application Form:

Campus Delivery Lecture

Please apply using the web application form below.

Dedicated Campus Delivery Lecture Web Application Form:


Tokyo Disaster Prevention Learning Seminar Office (Tokyo Metropolitan Government-contracted organization, Iota Co.)
Phone: 03-5542-0232


An online seminar for individuals (Tokyo Disaster Prevention Holiday Seminar) is under preparation.
We will begin accepting applications in the fall of 2023, so please be patient!


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For inquiries regarding this page, please contact

Disaster Prevention Management Division, General Disaster Prevention Department, Bureau of General Affairs, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Phone: 03-5388-2549
E-mail address: S0000040 (at) (Change “at” to “@” to send)

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