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Tachikawa Life Safety Learning Center

The Tachikawa Life Safety Learning Center is a facility where you can experience disaster prevention in an enjoyable way.

We look forward to welcoming you as part of a group or with your family members or friends.
Of course, you can also visit on your own.

Facility guide

image: Mini Disaster Education Theater

Mini Disaster Education Theater

A view of a city where an earthquake has struck is projected onto a large screen. If a major earthquake hits Tokyo directly, what actions should we as individuals take? Also, what kinds of earthquake preparations should we make on a day-to-day basis? We will be projecting an earthquake-themed video.

image: Earthquake Simulation Room

Earthquake Simulation Room

Experience the realistic shaking of an earthquake so that you can avoid panicking when you feel the earth shake in real life. Junior high school students and those older can experience a magnitude 7 earthquake. However, there is a limit on the seismic intensity for elementary school-aged visitors and younger. (No small children allowed.)
We will also be introducing various tools that can be used to rescue people who have been trapped under furniture.

image: Smoke Maze Room

Smoke Maze Room

Learn how to evacuate without inhaling or being surrounded by smoke in the event of a fire inside a building.
Learn about the damage caused by and characteristics of smoke. Also learn about “hot doors” that feel hot when touched.

image: Rescue Secction

Rescue Secction

Experience a series of actions from conducting a search to rescuing survivors in a space that reproduces an earthquake disaster scene with realistic modeling. Also experience indoor spaces modeled after a bedroom or office.

image: Fire Fighting Training Room

Fire Fighting Training Room

Extinguish images of fire projected onto a large screen using a simulated fire extinguisher. Learn about proper fire extinguishing methods and making assessments and gain the ability to take action. Members of office self-defense firefighting units can also experience firefighting exercises using actual indoor fire hydrants.

image: First Aid Training Room

First Aid Training Room

Learn how to perform chest compression massages and how to handle an AED using training dolls in case of an emergency.

image: VR Disaster Section

VR Disaster Section

The VR (virtual reality) system produces simulated disasters – earthquakes, fires and typhoons. Come and enrich your experience!

1F

image: Kids’ disaster prevention experience space

Kids’ disaster prevention experience space

image: Survival quiz

Survival quiz

image: Clear the disaster prevention missions

Clear the disaster prevention missions

Master through personal experience! Disaster prevention actions

image: Protect your town! Kids’ fire brigade

Protect your town! Kids’ fire brigade

image: Put out a fire! Become a legendary firefighter

Put out a fire! Become a legendary firefighter

image: Transform into a firefighter!

Transform into a firefighter!

Orientation stage

2F

image: Daily accident prevention corner

Daily accident prevention corner

image: Multipurpose learning corner

Multipurpose learning corner

image: Emergency report training corner

Emergency report training corner

image: Fire helicopter game

Fire helicopter game

Furniture overturning, falling and movement prevention corner

Imminent danger discovery corner

Special exhibition corner

Transport access

Access Map

image: Access Map

Address
1156-1 Izumi-cho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo 190-0015
Access
Bus: Catch the bus at JR Tachikawa Station North Exit (Bus Stop 1) and get off at the “Tachikawa Fire Station” stop
Tama Toshi Monorail Line: 15-minute walk from Takamatsu Station
Car: Parking available (no parking for persons participating in full-fledged training courses)
Open hours
9:00am – 5:00pm
Days closed
Thursdays, the third Friday of each month (or the next weekday if this falls on a national holiday), and December 29-January 3
Admission
Free