Which Part of Japan Have Natural Hazards?

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Japan has a number of places that have experienced natural disasters in different years. Some examples are the coast near Sendai, which experienced an earthquake and tsunami in 2011, as well as the southern part of Hyogo Prefecture that experienced an earthquake, famously known as the Kobe earthquake in 1995.
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Well to fight natural hazards they have advanced warning systems to inform people before natural disasters like earthquakes. They are also prepared for when these situations arise
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Earthquake. earthquake‐resistant construction or damping structure. publishing official hazard maps (liquefaction, solidity of the ground, etc) alert system (we can receive
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