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Useful Information for Suffered People

Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet


Libraries from Quake Suffered Area

Insurance Company

Insurance Companies carry out special measures

Law Consultation(Free of Charge)

Bar associations carry out telephone consultation

(Information provided by @rtakahas

Acceptance of Evacuee & Relief Supply

-Support earthquake victims by lending a home (Information provided by nakayamam)
-This system is developed for connecting the people who want to offer supporting supplies with the people who need them. (Information provided by nakayamam)

Internet Radio

-The purposes of this project are to provide correct information or situation on suffered area through community based radio programs both for people all over Japan and people evacuate their hometown. We hope this project help to avoid harmful rumor.
Service Station
Iwate Broadcasting, Co.,Ltd.
Tohoku Broadcasting Co., Ltd.
Radio Fukushima
Ibaraki Broadcasting System
FM Iwate
FM Sendai
FM Fukushima
Service Area
All over japan
-The on demand radio program service provides broadcast in 18 languages, including English and Japanese.
-Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese, French, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Swahili, Thai, Urdu and Vietnamese.

News Distribution

-NHK broadcasts the news related to the earthquake, Tohoku Lifeline Information for six prefectures in Tohoku area. This website is also available news program by NHK branch of Morioka, Sendai and Fukushima.
-This special website by Asahi Japan Watch (AJW) is designed to provide readers with the Internet's most comprehensive, archival coverage of Japan's tragic earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima nuclear crisis.

Information for Facility Staffs and the Volunteers in the Quake-hit Area

Medical Information

General Information

-This site provides medical information targeted at victims and supporters of the earthquake which occurred 3.11 in the East of Japan
-Science magazine "Newton" October, 2008
-People are more interested about radiation because of the nuclear power plant disaster caused by Tohoku earthquake. Free text is available.
-Caution: This article is published befor the earthquake.
-Download free until 30th April, 2011.
-We provide information for taking care of children, and let you know what we are doing (Information provided by nakayamam)

For Health Professionals

-Free access to the database of science technology "JDreamII" by Japan Science and Technology Agency(JST).
-Document on disaster operation
-Need to apply by email. Provided until 30th June, 2011
-Free access to the database of science technology "JDreamII" by Japan Science and Technology Agency(JST).
-Document related to earthquake
-Free access to the database "Today's Diagnosis and Treatment" "Manual of Therapeutic Agents" until 30th April, 2011.
-Free access to the database of medical abstracts for the health professionals working in suffered area.
-Need to apply by email. Provided until 31st July, 2011.
-Free access to the database of medicinal document information and drug information.
-Provided until 31st July, 2011
-Provided the list of "Medicine Identification Codes", or "Identification of tablets" as well.
-Free access to the quake-related article like "JIM", "Hospital", "Public Health" or "psychiatry" until end of May, 2011.
-The Great Tohoku Earthquake Mentalhealth Information Site
-Guidelines for Local Mental Health Care Activities after a Disaster(pdf)
-Free access to the selected information related to rescue operation
-Free access to the quake-related articles such as "Igaku no Ayumi", "Nursing Today", "Kango" or "ICU and CCU"
-Service provided until end of April, 2011.
-Free access to the medical paper.
-Service provided until end of April, 2011.
-Providing information on science technology listed on "JDreamII"
-Available access to e-journals to quake suffered researchers or health professionals.
-University of Tokyo Library System and Information Technology Center offer this service using University of Tokyo SSL-VPN Gateway.
-Service provided until 20th May, 2011.
-The Kyoto University Library Network provides access to e-journals to quake suffered researchers or health professionals.
-Service provided until 20th May, 2011.
-This website provide medical information for health professionals.
-The Cochrane Collaboration's Evidence Aid resources are available through this website and The Cochrane Library. They provide information on healthcare interventions that are relevant to flooding and treating injuries. We will keep these resources under review and will seek to revise and extend them as the situation develops. Furthermore, in partnership with Wiley-Blackwell, Evidence Aid opened free, one-click access to the whole contents of The Cochrane Library to everyone in Japan at 11.00 GMT (March 11 2011).
-Free access to "DynaMed", "Nursing Reference Center", "Patient Education Reference Center"
-Service provided until 15th June, 2011.
-Free access to the database "Gale" until 31st May, 2011.
-Access to the Wolters Kluwer LWW Health Emergency Resources Portal for Japan is now closed on 6th May, 2011.
-For further access information, please contact Japan(at)Ovid.com
-This service is provided to healthcare professionals and libraries following a disaster affecting a region of the United States or throughout the world. This site is active only when a disaster event is named and the access period specified.
-This service provided until 8th April, 2011.
-Free access to "NEJM.org" until 1st May, 2011.
-Free access to the database "MICROMEDEX" which includes information on radiation or emergence medical treatment for health professionals.
-Emergency access for disaster medical teratment
-Treatment of radiation injury in the adult
-Biology and clinical features of radiation injury in adults
-Management of radiation exposure in children following a nuclear disaster
-Clinical features of radiation exposure in children
-Pages above will be translated into Japanese by volunteers [1]

Mental Healthcare

Mail Counseling for Teachers Who Are Involved in a Mental Healthcare for Children(Japanese)

Multi generation relations center Ninani-na(Japanese)

  • Excerption from "Anshin no Tane(Seeds of Relief)", a booklet edited by mothers suffered Mid Niigata Prefecture Earthquake 2004.
-Required good in a case of disaster(pdf)
-Ideal evacuation place(pdf)
-Meals in disastrous situation(pdf)
-Medical healthcare(pdf)
-Getting rid of children's anxiety(pdf)
-Self-care activity for mothers(pdf)
-Other usuful informations(pdf)

Multi-lingual Disaster Information(FMYY)

English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese, Tagalog, German, Vietnamese, French, Russian, Indonesian, Thai and Japanese

Portal Site on Policies for Foreign Residents (Cabinet Office, Government of Japan)

English, Portuguese, Spanish and Japanese

Tohoku area pacific offshore earthquake multi-language support

-This site provides multi lingual earthquake information occurred on 11th March 2011 in Japan.
-This site will not be updated along with the closure of the Great East Japan Earthquake Multi-lingual Support Center.
English, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Tagalog, Indonesian, Vietnam and Thai
-Multi-lingual Hotline was closed on 30th April, 2011.

Google Crisis Response

-Resources related to the 2011 Japan Crisis in English, Chinese, Korean and Japanese
-"Person Finder: 2011 Japan Earthquake" is available in Japanese, English, Korean, Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish and Vietnamese

Japan earthquake how to protect yourself

-Guide to take care and protect yourself during the earthquake-basic advice
-This website was created in response to the Great Tohoku-Kanto Earthquake that struck Japan on March 11. The mission of this website is to provide and spread useful information on earthquake preparedness to non- Japanese speakers living in Japan. Now in 41 languages.
-Poster "What to take out in evacuation"(pdf)
English, Simple Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean, Turkish, Bahasa Indonesia, Russian, Arabic, Vietnamese, Hindi, Tamil, Norse, Urdu, Malay, Mongolian, Khmer Language, Thai, Laos, Percian, Swahili, Uzbek, Burmese, Tagalog, German, Portugues, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Swedish, Hungarian, Finnish, Polish, Czech, Roumanian, Slovak, Danish, Serbian, Latvian, Bengali and Hebrew