This is the map of evacuation shelters, which local governments will open in the case of disasters.
Please check shelter locations near your house, work or places you visit often.
About This Map
・This map is based on evacuation shelter information from cities’ and towns’ official websites.
・The titles are written in the Roman alphabet; you can see the Japanese name (in kanji or hiragana / katakana) in the explanation when you click the icons. Searching for shelters in the Roman alphabet is possible.
About the Icons on the Map
The shelter icon colors are displayed in red and orange depending on the order of opening.
→ Shelters open first when disasters occur.
→Shelters open when the first opened shelters become full.
About the Picture You Can See When You Click the Icons on the Map
By clicking the icons, you can find information from the pictograms. Each shelter has a pictogram to show you what kind of evacuation it is suitable for.
Also, “Priority 1” at the bottom means shelters that open first when disasters occur.
“Priority 2” means shelters that open when the priority 1 shelters get full.
Evacuation Shelter Map (Kagoshima)
*The displayed area containing evacuation shelters will be expanded as shelters are added.
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