One of the more popular attractions, the staff's attitude is particularly good, and a Chinese-speaking staff, who has stayed in Shanghai, has introduced us to various backgrounds and professional knowledge for half a day, that is to say, Chinese often appears very painful, sometimes jumps out a string of fluent English, this language ability can give full marks. First, we watch the video for about fifteen minutes and have a special version of Chinese dubbing. Then, before a big map, we introduce the topography of Osaka for half a day and the degree of its tsunami defense. Then there's the big story, the panoramic immersion experience of the earthquake and tsunami. In a black room, the three walls are super-large screens, the floor will shake, will play a short sitcom of about 15 minutes, Japanese characters, quite immersive feeling of the total trip down to about an hour, it is worth taking time to experience.
Japan is a country with many tsunamis and earthquakes, so there are many such pavilions. We have experienced the Seismology Museum in Mt. Fuji before, and this time we will experience it again. Of course, it's just a simulation of some scenes, but it's shocking just like that.
Early August 2018. The address of the experience hall is 50 meters at the exit of the Abo Station of Osaka Metro, but the navigation needs to search for the West Osaka Water Firm. The area is not large, it is only 100 square meters on the first floor, but it is very delicate. There are about 20 facilities, each small facility has button demonstration, and there are two studios. One is the historical playback of simulated real tsunami scenes, which has the feeling of shaking the mountain in an instant. The other is a propaganda film explaining tsunami disaster prevention knowledge. There are Chinese, all about 15 minutes, and there are several other individuals. The test link is that sparrows have all five internal organs. In particular, I admire - "Firstly, when we were about four o'clock, we were told that we could watch the propaganda film soon after five o'clock. After watching it at five fifteen, I was embarrassed to delay people from work, but they were not impatient at all, and their professionalism deserved praise. Secondly, among the staff, an uncle could speak Chinese at the age of nearly 60, saying that he had studied spiritual orders for three and a half years by himself. Thirdly, there were not many visitors that day, and three or four staff members were very enthusiastic before and after busy. It was not only professional ethics, but also a kind of warmth that seemed to come from their hearts after the catastrophe. When they left, they also sent my son a memorial badge. This is the Japanese, which made our mood complicated.
As a tsunami-prone country, Japan has really done a great job in disaster prevention and mitigation. Like Osaka's Tsunami Disaster Prevention Experience Hall, it is also a very elaborate experience hall, in which you can experience the situation and what you should do when the earthquake occurs, it is worth visiting. Drugstore can miss, but Osaka's disaster prevention experience center must be. I'm going to have a look.
The disaster prevention propaganda film produced is very beautiful, just like watching the play.