Call the following numbers in the case of emergency.
(e.g. fire, sudden illness/injury or accident)
1)Police Station: 110
If you are involved in a traffic accident, or are a victim of theft, violence or malicious threats.
2)Fire Department and Ambulance: 119
In the case of fire (fire engine)
In the case of sudden illness (ambulance)
1 Bunkyo-cho Hirosaki Aomori Japan
telephone:0172-39-3109(Support Office, Department of International Education & Collaboration)
FAX:0172-39-3133(Support Office, Department of International Education & Collaboration)
Support Office, Department of International Education & Collaboration:
Closed: Saturday, Sunday, national holidays, December 29-January 3
Open : 8:30-17:00(Weekdays)
International House: Tel 0172-37-6854
There are no staff on Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays and between December 29 and January 3.
On weekdays, a staff member is on duty at the Support Office between 10:15 and 15:00 and
at the International House between 15:00 and 17:00.
In the event of a fire, call “119” immediately.
Use the nearest fire extinguisher for initial fire fighting.
Before going to bed or going out, always inspect possible sources of fire such as electricity, cigarettes and gas.
In the event of an earthquake, the first priority is to prevent fire.
If you are involved in a traffic accident, call the police at once. (Call 110)
If anyone is injured, call for an ambulance. (Call 119)
Confirm the number of the other driver.
Japan is prone to earthquakes, so it is wise to plan for them. When an earthquake occurs, adhere to the following steps and don’t panic;
- Extinguish all sources of fire.
- Listen to the radio to get information and seek refuge calmly.
- Put on shoes, and protect your head by wearing a helmet or padded hood.
Emergency Medical Treatment
Should you become suddenly ill at night, on the weekend or on a holiday, call the number below to find out which hospital is on duty.
32-3999（The head office of the Hirosaki Fire Department）
Losing ATM cards or credit cards
If you lose your ATM card (s) or credit card (s), contact your bank, post office or credit card company immediately.