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Kansai Technical Visit Guide 

Last update:January 30,2015

Japanese


Tsunami/Storm Surge Disaster Prevention Station

Outline

Open to public, helps visitors gain knowledge of tidal surges that struck Osaka in the past as well as the Tonankai / Nankai Earthquakes and tsunamis that are likely to hit Osaka in the near future. Displays in the building also enable you to learn how to react when an earthquake or tsunami occurs.

Address

550-0006
2-1-64 Enokojima, Nishi-ku, Osaka

Home page

Tsunami/Storm Surge Disaster Prevention StationExternal Site Link (opens in new window) (Japanese only)

Access

2 minutes walk from Exit7 and 1 minute walk from Exit10 of Osaka City Subway Awaza Station on the Chuo Line and Sennichimae Line

Parking

None available
Please use public transportation.

Hours

10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Closed Tuesday (except for national holidays)
Closed year-end and New Year's holiday

Number of visitors facility can accept

Maximum 100

Visit requirements

Especially nothing
Reservations are necessary for a guided tour (of more than 15 people)

Average visit length

About 1 hour and 30 minutes

Admission fee

Free

Support in foreign languages

Please come together with an interpreter

Materials in foreign languages

English guidance video available
English, Chinese and Korean brochure available

Contact

TEL:06-6541-7799
FAX:06-6541-7760

Applications

Individual -Reservations are not needed for an individual visit.
Reservations are necessary for a group tour. (more than 15 people)
Reservation by fax or telephone.
No Pets Allowed
Please contact us by fax for more information

Contact Information about this page.
(When you want to visit the facilities introduced in this list, please apply to each facility directly.)

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Kansai Bureau
International Investment Promotion Division
Address: 1-5-44 Otemae, Chuo-ku, Osaka, 540-8535
Phone:+81-6-6966-6033
E-Mail: kin-kansai-technical-visit@meti.go.jpMail (mail client will launch)