Archive for the Category: English

Regarding distribution of donations – 108

April 11, 2011 14:00 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 108 Translation Edition Regarding distribution of donations Friday, April 8- Japanese government determined the base amount for the first distribution from the 128,300,000,000 yen donations collected nationwide for the disaster. Foreign residents, travelers, and victims from aftershocks will [Read More]

The scheduled blackout will not be basically carried out – 107

April 8, 2011 17:00 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 107 Translation Edition The scheduled blackout will not be basically carried out TEPCO announced that they are not going to carry out the scheduled blackout from Friday 8th April. However, a sudden change in weather or an equipment [Read More]

About reentry for international students 2 – 106

April 8, 2011 12:00 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 106 Translation Edition About reentry for international students 2 The details on reentry for international students (news no.91) are as follows. International students who stayed in Japan at the point in 11th March with a qualification of “studying [Read More]

About the Loan of the Single Mother and Widow Welfare Fund – 105

April 8, 2011 12:00 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 105 Translation Edition About the Loan of the Single Mother and Widow Welfare Fund Single mothers and parentless children (under 20 years old) can get a loan without or in a low interest when they need money for [Read More]

For those who wish to consult about employment (holiday consultation)  – 104

April 8, 2011 12:00 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 104 Translation Edition For those who wish to consult about employment (holiday consultation)  Please consult with the Japanese government employment agencies if you are unemployed or in need of a job. The employment agencies in Miyagi, Iwate, and [Read More]

Reminder for the disaster volunteers – 103

April 6, 2011 14:00 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 103 Translation Edition Reminder for the disaster volunteers If you would like to volunteer, please register first at the regional disaster volunteer center of your choice. Your nationality doesn’t matter. However, you need to speak, read and be [Read More]

Please watch over and be there for children. – 102

April 6, 2011 14:00 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 102 Translation Edition Please watch over and be there for children. As lifeline utilities have gradually been restored and the warmer weather comes in, you may be relaxed little by little. Spring is the season when children start [Read More]

To all foreign nationals with Certificates of Eligibility to stay in Japan that have expired: – 101

April 6, 2011 17:30 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 101 Translation Edition To all foreign nationals with Certificates of Eligibility to stay in Japan that have expired: Under normal circumstances the Certificate of Eligibility to stay in Japan is valid for a period of 3 months. If [Read More]

About the relief donations – 100

April 4, 2011 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 100th Translation Edition About the relief donations In order to support persons stricken by the disaster, it would be highly appreciated if you could take a part of giving relief donations (Gienkin). Donation boxes or Gienkin Boxes are located [Read More]

Free mail from victims – 99

April 4, 2011 Multilingual Support Center for the Tohoku Earthquake out at Pacific Ocean Disaster Information 99th Translation Edition Free mail from victims For victims who cannot send mails because of no stamps nor post cards, Japan Post Service deliver mails as “Mail from victims” from disaster areas to anywhere in Japan for free until [Read More]