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The Tokyo Rinkai Disaster Prevention Park

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Fun and Educational

This was part of my (successful) effort to keep my 6 year old kid entertained for free in Odaiba... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2017
Honolulu, Hawaii
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Great educational experience

A pleasant surprise: interesting free tour and quiz (both in English) and great displays with tips... read more

Reviewed 29 September 2018
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
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Reviewed 29 September 2018

A pleasant surprise: interesting free tour and quiz (both in English) and great displays with tips & tricks on how to prepare to be self-sufficient for 72 hours in case of a major disaster. Lots of clever tricks with everyday materials are on display, and...More

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Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

This will be the site of central command when the next very big earthquake hits Tokyo — which experts say is overdue and inevitable. Re their earthquake exhibit, there’s information on earthquakes past but the main purpose is to encourage thought about and preparation for...More

1  Thank HardeeHar
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

This was part of my (successful) effort to keep my 6 year old kid entertained for free in Odaiba. The staff there are super nice and their English is good enough that you can figure out what to do. The tablet they give you is...More

Thank BuckyBear2010
Reviewed 1 September 2015

The free-admission exhibits are entertaining for all ages and informative about surviving Tokyo’s next (inevitable) big earthquake. Visitors might want to reward the exhibit by spending some money in the first floor “Rescue” shop, but “Rescue” is different and dishonest. They sell long-storage survival food...More

1  Thank Ken N
Reviewed 16 June 2015

This charming place to visit, especially for those of you who want to know how to handle a variety of solutions to the Japanese earthquake. Both in terms of technology, procedures, and other anticipated. Free admission.

1  Thank Jack F
Reviewed 12 June 2015 via mobile

The Rinkai Disaster Prevention Park has an experience-learning facility where you can learn how to survive an earthquake. Very useful info to everybody (locals and tourists alike)! Everyone gets their own portable tablet where you can answer quiz questions related to surviving an earthquake (what...More

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