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Ikebukuro Life Safety Learning Center, Toshima

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  • Pretty cool place to learn about fire safety and to experience an earthquake. They have a platform which mimics a variety of quakes that have hit Japan. I am glad I have not experienced one in real li...  more »
  • The stimulations of different disasters (earthquake, escape from smoke-filled room and using fire extinguisher) can really let visitors remember what they have to do when we face earthquake and fire. ...  more »
  • This place exists to educate the public about what to do in the event of a disaster. There are three different drills: using a fire extinguisher, escaping from a smoke-filled building, and protecting ...  more »
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  • The safety centre is designed mainly for training locals - but they are happy for tourists to come along (you never know when an earthquake might strike). It's actually really interesting to learn about the safety procedures. The main attraction is the earthquake simulator at the end when you'll have to jump under a table as the floor shakes violently!
  • Here you can do a free earthquake experience. It is best to ring ahead as they sometimes fill up with school groups if you don't book your place, though they do take walk ins. You can experience the floor shaking as in a magnitude 7 earthquake.
  • This is a very interesting ride in Japan. You can participate in different training sessions, since fire-fighting, to earthquakes. The most interesting is the earthquake simulator, with instructions on how to act in the event of a disaster of this kind, and where you can experience the 2011 earthquake, which caused the Tsunami which devastated part of Japan.
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