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What does an earthquake feel like?
Earthquake 10 intensity levelsSeismic intensity refers to the strength of a tremor and is a seismic scale used throughout Japan. It is measured on an intensity scale ranked from 0 to 7. Since the same seismic intensity can cause a wide range of damage, seismic intensity 5 and seismic intensity 6 are further divided into weak 5, strong 5, weak 6, and strong 6. There are 10 levels in total.
What to do inside (earthquake/tsunami)
Protect your headProtect your headDon't panic. First, use a cushion to protect your head.
HideKeep safeHide under a desk, etc. to keep safe.

Extinguish the firePut out flamesThere are 3 times you should put out flames: when you feel a tremor, when a tremor has stopped, and when something begins to burn!

 

 

What to do outside (earthquake/tsunami)
Away from dangerMove away from dangerous itemsProtect your head from falling items, such as signboards.
Follow the instructionsFollow instructionsOn a train or bus, follow the instructions of the crew. Also, stay away from the tracks when in a train station or on a train.
stopStop your car if you feel a tremorQuickly pull onto the side of the road and stop your car.
Tsunamis
The speed of tsunami Speed The deeper the water, the faster it runs. As it gets shallower, the slower it runs. Waves become higher when they are heavy.
The height of the tsunami
Countermeasures
Evacuate Seek shelter Seek shelter when tremors continue for a long time.
Get information Get information Get correct information and stay away from dangerous areas until advisories are canceled