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Fukuoka Citizen’s Disaster Prevention Center

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Have kids? - go here

Kids will love it and it's free. Experience an earthquake and tough winds. As always the people are... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2015
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Experience an earthquake and typhoon

Fukuoka City Disaster Prevention Center. This is a small "museum" where you can experience an... read more

Reviewed 27 February 2014
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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  • Excellent27%
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  • Average16%
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6 Dec 2016
“A good place to experience ordinary Japan Life”
11 Jan 2016
“Both Necessary and Fun”
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1-3-3 Sawaraku Momochihama, Fukuoka 814-0001, Fukuoka Prefecture
+81 92-847-5990
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Reviewed 6 December 2016

We enjoyed the experience as there were some interactive activities. My teenage boy enjoyed just fiddling with the helicopter, testing out the water-resistant on your car door, earthquake and wind experience. But be prepared that everything is in Japanese. We enjoyed it but if you...More

1  Thank Joyann L
Reviewed 11 January 2016 via mobile

Coming here will give you a heads up in the dangers you may face in Fukuoka. I first found out about the local venomous spiders my first time in the center. People unfamiliar with disasters typical of Japan, especially, should come here. That includes foreigners...More

1  Thank Jonathan B
Reviewed 2 November 2015

Not difficult to find, but quite a walk from the subway stop and not well sign-posted. But it is for locals and not a tourist attraction. Nevertheless they are very accommodating and welcome tourists. Except that they are very busy and you need to call...More

2  Thank PKJA34
Reviewed 2 September 2015

Very good experience for adults and kids from city with no personal experience on typhoon, fire and earthquake. It used to be for local people. So, the activities are conducted in Japanse. But by gestures, we could know what to do. There are simulations of...More

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Reviewed 4 August 2015

Kids will love it and it's free. Experience an earthquake and tough winds. As always the people are very friendly here - but only speak Japanese.

1  Thank Sfitseart
Reviewed 23 August 2014

Personally for me it was really a good experience. Especially the offered fire-training is something what could happen to you anytime and everywhere. The staff was very friendly. Regarding the fact that everything is free (even the coinlocker gives you back your money) - this...More

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Reviewed 27 February 2014

Fukuoka City Disaster Prevention Center. This is a small "museum" where you can experience an earth quake and a typhoon (without the water). I loved the experience. It might be scary for kids under 10.

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