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Term Description
Delivery Service


a program through which various Elementary school and Kindergarten schools around Kobe City host activities that focus on English communication and/or cultural exchange, anime style

Delivery Service (DS) - the same type of program as a KICP, except it is for Elementary school and Kindergarten.

How to - DS

Disaster Drill


Okashimo cartoon picture

Due to Japan's location directly on top of the Ring of Fire, small tremors are not uncommon, and stronger earthquakes occur annually.

The most infamous quake is the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake, which had over 105,000 casualties. In 1960, September 1st was declared Disaster Prevention Day, and the entire nation began to implement regular disaster drills. In the year following the 1995 Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, January 17th became Disaster Response Volunteers Day. And after the Great East Japan Earthquake in Tohoku, the Japanese government declared November 5 Tsunami Readiness Day.

Most schools practice disaster drills at least twice a year on or near January 17th, September 1st, and November 5th.



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