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 in English too, and you basically ride an elevator down to a place that has been set up to look like an earthquake struck and answer quiz questions on your tablet. The whole thing, including a short film, was 20 minutes.
There is also a room that shows how you can use everyday things to rig in emergencies (i.e. A plastic shopping bag as an arm sling). There was a ton of makeshift toilet exhibits which my son found hilarious, but obviously that kind of stuff is critical in an emergency situation where people are homeless after an earthquake.
An informative and interesting way to spend an hour or so.
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