|Japan Earthquake Information|
|Current Tokyo Radiation Levels|
|Current Tokyo Tap Water Information|
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|Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Crisis Information|
Japan Meteorological Agency:
If you experience an Earthquake check here for information.
Also check Tsunami information and warnings.
Google Crisis Response. Useful source for updates and information. Also has Google Person Finder which is useful if you’re trying to locate someone. For people in Japan, please check to see if your family is looking for you and you have not been able to establish contact.
List of Embassies, Consulates and International Organizations in Japan if you need assistance from your country’s consulate mission or embassy.
Aftershocks can happen at anytime after an earthquake. Sometimes weeks to months later. Aftershocks can sometimes be bigger than the original so please be cautious during this period and be prepared. Have at least 3 days water in your home, and food and blankets.
|Japan Earthquake Emergency Appeal|
We urgently need metal gasoline cans and people who can come onsite to help.
There is no food at all.
Please help us get the word out.
Japan Earthquake Emergency Information
I. Emergency Help
If you need help in any way from anywhere in Japan please call or email for assistance.
Local volunteers are on site throughout Japan to help.
Telephone Services are very bad so numbers will work sporadically, but for emergency assistance please call 0570 000 911 or 090 3080 6711 or 090 7170 4769 or 022 261 1111 extention 4874 or 4876 or to www.jhelp.com or email@example.com from throughout Japan.
If you are able to help in providing a place to stay or other assistance please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Those able to help on site in Sendai, Japan or assist locally are asked to send name, telephone, and age to email@example.com
III. Emergency Supplies
Supplies urgently needed on site are:
20 Liter Metal Gasoline Cans, Bottled Water, Canned and instant food, sleeping bags, electric water pots, coffee, tea, cream, powdered milk, tents, rice
Supplies can be sent to:
The Japan Emergency Team
Support can be made to Postal Furikae 00160 7 162438 Nihon Kinkyu Enjotai
The Japan Emergency Team
0570 000 911
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