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  • Infectious Disease Control
  • 10 Years After the Great East Japan Earthquake
  • Technologies Supporting the Future: Flood
  • Helpful Resources for Everyone: Information
  • Technologies Supporting the Future: Earthquake
  • Helpful Resources for Everyone: Disaster Restoration

Resilient
Japan

Japan has suffered repeatedly from natural disasters such as earthquakes, torrential rains, and typhoons. In addition, the Covid-19 pandemic has made a grave impact on its society and economies. Research in advanced disaster readiness technology makes steady progress in Japan, and preparations are rock-solid. Regarding the fight against the Covid-19, Japan is taking advantage of its knowledge, experience and technologies that the country has long developed to tackle a variety of infectious diseases. “Resilient Japan” provides extensive information on Japanese resilience, divided into four themes.

Infectious Disease Control

Since ancient times, infectious diseases have remained an issue having a grave impact upon the world's people. While having implemented appropriate measures domestically to counter a variety of infectious diseases, Japan is now strengthening collaboration across borders and taking a leading role to address this important matter on a global scale.

10 Years After the Great East Japan Earthquake

10 years have passed since the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck eastern Japan on March 11, 2011. This section introduces the affected areas undergoing reconstruction.