Outline of exhibition

This exhibit is designed to better understand the disasters threatening modern society and think about how we should deal with them.

Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other natural disasters have caused great damage to many lives. Plus, science, technology and transportation have developed bringing with them unexpected new types of disasters, as nuclear disasters, weather abnormalities and the spread of epidemic diseases. This exhibit allows us to better understand the mechanisms of, and the damage caused by disasters. Let's consider what we who live in the 21st century need to do to survive in this world.

5F (Explore the frontiers)
Mohri Mamoru
Picture 1
Model representation of the dynamic Earth systems and rapidly changing human society
Picture 2
A model lets you experience the mechanisms behind earthquakes, eruptions, and a range of other natural disasters.
Picture 3
Strong-motion seismographs and high-sensitivity seismographs used to measure earthquakes