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更新日:2020年7月22日

MIM – July 25, 2020 issue

1.Minato City World Promotion Video

In order to attract more tourists from Japan and overseas to Minato City, we are producing and distributing the "Minato City World Promotion Video" which showcases Minato City’s various charms, such as its people, buildings and architecture, history, culture and nature.

- Discover the charm of Tokyo Minato City (produced in 2020)
We created “Discover the charm of Tokyo Minato City”, which combines 4 different Minato City themes: "Modern", "Traditional", "Gourmet", and "View".

* For more information, please see the website below.
https://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/kouhou/movie/minato-pv.html (only Japanese)

2.Minato City Local History Museum Special Exhibition "1964 Tokyo Olympic Games and Transportation in the City: The Living Olympic Legacy"

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Held more than half a century ago, the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games left us with various legacies. For example, it was at that time that pictograms (illustrations), which can be seen in various locations, such as inside train stations, were introduced widely in order to enable visitors from all over the world to get to their destinations regardless of their native language.

Thus, the impact of the Olympic Games extended not only to the world of sports, but to society as a whole. In particular, more than 80% of the total cost of the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games (about 1 trillion yen, including related costs) was spent on the construction of transportation infrastructure.

In this exhibition, we will introduce materials related to the 1964 Tokyo Olympics and the transportation infrastructure that was developed then and has continued to serve the city's population up to the present and consider the effects the 1964 Tokyo Olympics had on Tokyo and Minato City.

* For more information, please see the website below.

https://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/houdou/20200703_press.html (only Japanese)

3.Minato City “benefit-your-locality” tax scheme - Please kindly show your support for Minato City

The city is working together with many community leaders, including residents and businesses, to improve the attractiveness of the community and resolve issues.

As a responsible member of the community, please kindly support the Minato City “benefit-your-locality” tax scheme so that we can continue to support our amazing city.

"Novel coronavirus initiatives" carried out by the ward, such as those that support people who work on the front lines of the novel coronavirus pandemic, and those that support infected persons and persons suspected of being infected, have been added as donation recipients.

- Benefit-your-locality Tax

A way to support the local government in the form of a donation.

The total amount of money donated to the local government through the benefit-your-locality tax, excluding 2,000 yen, which is the self-pay amount, is deducted from income tax and resident tax upon filing a final tax return.

It is possible to select the donation recipient

You can choose how the donation will be used. We ask everyone to donate to the recipient(s) of their choice and your support would be greatly appreciated.

* For more information, please see the website below.

https://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/kouhou/kuse/koho/minato2020/202007/20200701top/09.html (only Japanese)

4.Be prepared for heavy rains during typhoons and localized downpours!

In recent years, there has been an increase in “localized downpours”, during which a heavy amount of rain falls locally in a short period of time. Even in the city, we have experienced flood damage from past localized downpours as well as last year's typhoon No. 15, the “Reiwa 1 Boso Peninsula typhoon”, and typhoon No. 19, the “Reiwa 1 East Japan typhoon”. In order to prevent this kind of damage, preparations must be made on a regular basis.

 

- Be prepared for heavy rain on a regular basis
Confirm the location of the nearest evacuation area
Confirm the route to the evacuation area by actually walking there.
Preventing flooding of semi-underground houses and parking lots
Prepare drainage equipment (pump), drainage gutters, sandbags, and seal plates.
Check the drainage and storm-water inlets on building premises
If drainage and storm-water inlets become clogged with mud, fallen leaves, or garbage, this can cause flooding on building sites and roads. We would like to ask for your cooperation in cleaning the areas around storm-water inlets on roads. 


 - Please take a look at the Minato City Flood Hazard Map.
The "Minato City Flood Hazard Map" contains information about regular preparations, evacuation areas during floods, and contact information for related organizations. - When preparing for heavy rainfall, please take a look at the Minato City Flood Hazard Map.
It is distributed by the Public Works Section (5th floor Minato City Hall) and each Regional City Office Collaboration Project Section and can also be viewed on the Minato City website.
https://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/dobokukeikaku/bosai-anzen/bosai/shinsui/hazard-map/index.html
(English map available)

 

- If there is heavy rainfall
Please pay attention to weather information
Confirm the latest weather information on TV, radio, etc.. You can also view "water level/rainfall information" on the Minato City website (link to external site). In the event that heavy rainfall or typhoons are forecasted, please pay attention to the weather advisories and warnings issued by the Japan Meteorological Agency. 

 

* For more information, please see the website below.
https://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/kouhou/kuse/koho/minato2020/202005/20200521top/12.html
https://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/bousai/bosai-anzen/bosai/bousaiapplication.html
(only Japanese). (However, the disaster prevention application is available in four languages - Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean.) 

5.We are recruiting Minato International Disaster-relief Volunteers!

We are recruiting International Disaster-relief Volunteers in Minato City. Our volunteers will act as intermediaries to reduce the language barrier and ensure the safety and well-being of foreigners during disasters.

[Application Requirements]
Those to whom all of the following apply
(1) Can interpret and translate a foreign language into Japanese and vice versa.
(2) Can participate in annual training conducted in Japanese.
(3) Can be contacted by e-mail.
(4) Has sufficient mental toughness and physical strength to carry out volunteer activities in the event of a disaster.
(5) Is able to work within Minato City.

[Activity Details]
[During times of disaster] Report to evacuation centers in the ward, translate disaster-related information, etc.
[Normal times] Disaster prevention drills and other local activities

[Application]
Please download the registration application form from the Minato City Website, fill in the necessary items, include a photo and send it in by mail. After the submitted information is verified, we will mail the training information.
105-8511, Minato City Hall, Global Community Planning Subsection, Community Promotion Section (City Hall 3F)

[Contact]
Global Community Planning Subsection, Community Promotion Section
Telephone: 03-3578-2524 Fax: 03-3438-8252

[Details]
https://www.city.minato.tokyo.jp/kouhou/kuse/koho/minato2020/202005/20200511top/15.html (only Japanese)

6.There is a new multilingual AI chat!

It is now easier to use our service, which utilizes AI in a chat-format, to automatically get answers to your inquiries about administrative information! It is easier to understand with simple search methods which employ multiple choice options, as well as maps and images.
 We hope you will take advantage of this service!

[Supported languages] English, simple Japanese
[Question topics supported]
Eight categories: disaster prevention, trash disposal, child rearing / education, international / culture, medical / hospitals, various procedures (taxes, insurance, pension), tourism, and neighborhood associations. In addition, trivia is available on lifestyles and culture unique to Japan.
[How to use]
1. Access the Minato Information Board Facebook page (https://facebook.com/city.minato.mib/ (external link)).
2. Click “Send message”.
3. Ask the AI a question.
* To use the service, you must download the Facebook Messenger app (free).
[Contact] Minato City Community Promotion Section, Global Community Planning Subsection (Tel: 03-3578-2565) *Japanese and English

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