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Toshima City Office

5F: Disaster Control Zone

To ensure the safety and security of city residents, functions have been strengthened through measures such as the adoption of the latest general disaster prevention system to enable the building to serve as a disaster prevention base.

The new Toshima City Office is equipped with facilities and functions that enable swift response to ensure the safety and security of city residents, and will take on the role of command center for disaster control measures. The Disaster Control Center that has been established is comprised of offices such as the Disaster Prevention Management Division Special Room and Command Information Room. During normal times, it strengthens disaster control measures and improves disaster prevention awareness, while in times of natural disaster it will serve as the Disaster Control Head Office.

Disaster Control Head Office

The Disaster Control Center that has been established is comprised of offices such as the Disaster Prevention Management Division Special Room and Command Information Room. In normal times, it strengthens disaster control measures and improves disaster prevention awareness, while in times of natural disaster it will immediately switch to the Disaster Control Head Office.

Marugoto Museum Hall

The entire Toshima City Office building is regarded as a Museum of Art and History. It introduces subjects including the culture, historic heritage, and nature of Toshima City. From the 3F to 8F, artwork and crafts related to the city are displayed in the hallways.

General disaster prevention system

The new city office has adopted a state-of-the-art general disaster prevention system, which links the 3 functions of gathering, managing, and communicating disaster information.

51 video cameras are established in Toshima City

There are 51 disaster-prevention cameras set up in the city, such as in the rescue centers and major stations. In the event of a disaster, aspects including the state of the disaster and crowds of people having difficulty going home can be immediately ascertained and decision-making, such as swift initial response, can be carried out.

The world's first crowd behavior analysis system

Disaster-prevention cameras set up in major stations and the vicinity of major roads identify congestion and automatically detect abnormalities, and notify the Disaster Control Head Office.

更新日:2016年3月24日