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KIKIKURU by JMA

KIKIKURU is a "Danger level distribution" real time map system that shows the risk level of disasters caused by rain in 5 stages on the website of the Japan Meteorological Agency.

KIKIKURU will display "risk distribution" in real time on the map by color-coding the risk of inundation, floods, and sediment-related disasters due to rain in five stages on its website so that it can be used for voluntary evacuation decisions.

KIKIKURI is available in 15 languages including Japanese.
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Japan Meteorological Agency has announced the Nagasaki Local Meteorological Observatory Homepage to disseminate and raise awareness of disaster prevention information for foreign residents and visitors to Japan.
https://www.data.jma.go.jp/nagasaki-c/
Kikikuru Weather Warning
Weather Warning / advisory
Kikikuru Weather Report
Weather Forecast
Kikikuru Cyclone Warning
Tropical Cyclone Information
Kikikuru Landslide Warning
Landslide
Kikikuru Inundation Warning
Inundation
Kikikuru Flood Warning
Flood
Kikikuru Tsunami Warning
Tunami Warning / advisory
Kikikuru Quake Warnig
Earthquake
Kikikuru Volcano Warning
Volcanic activity

Risk Level

Be sure to evacuate by Risk Level 4 
Risk Level
Evacuation Information
5
Emergency Safety Measure indicates a life-threating situation in which you can no longer safely evacuate.
Please evacuate before Alart Level 5 is issued.
4
Evacuation Instruction, all residents should evacuate when or before Alert Level 4 is issued.
3
Evacuation of the People with disabilities, Elderly, or who may need time to evacuate should evacuate when Alert Level 3 is issued.
2
Heavy Rain, Flood, or Storm Surge Advisories (Japan Meteorological Agency)
1
Probability of Warnings (Japan Meteorological Agency)
3-14-7 Narutaki, Nagasaki, Japan, 850-0011
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