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Stay safe!

@Ikebukuro Learning Center

As we have recently experienced, nature gets extreme in Japan. 

Earthquakes (地震), Typhoons (台風) and their scary consequences in shape of fire or stuff flying away & falling onto you. I don't even wanna mention Tsunamis (津浪) as they are way too scary.

This makes it really normal to have a fire extinguisher home, some helmets in the wardrobe and a big bottle of water, just in case you're stuck inside for quite a while. Under the desk at work, I have a company-logo helmet as well as a bag with material for survival. So it somehow makes sense to invest 2 hours of a extremely rainy day to learn how to crawl under smoke, follow emergency exit signs & put out a fire like real firemen would.

La naturaleza es extrema en Japón. De ahí que sea importante aprender a comportarse en situaciones de emergencia. Los tifones, terremotos y tsunamis no son en sí mismos peligrosos, al menos no tanto como los incendios y colapsos varios que se derivan de ellos. Por eso, merece la pena pasar un día de lluvia, practicando el japonés y aprendiendo a reaccionar en los simuladores de incendios y terremotos integrados en la oficina de bomberos. 100% Gratis.

Ikebukuro Learning Center
2-37-8 Nishiikebukuro,
Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0021

1 comment

Galeguiña said...

Nos llevan años de ventaja... en casi todos los niveleS(por no decir todos)

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