Ibaraki Prefecture has a manual in place for guidance on what to do in the event of a disaster. To be prepared in the unlikely event that a disaster occurs, please read or carry it with you.
Click here for the disaster manual

The below map shows the highest priority information for each municipality. To view all other information, please click on the specific municipality.

For details on the emergency warning, warning and advisory of the legend, please refer to the following linked page.

Emergency Warning System[G]



Place names
  • Special alert
  • Warning
  • Advisory
  • Landslide
Mito-shi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Hitachi-shi
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Tsuchiura-shi
  • Dry air
Koga-shi
  • Dry air
Ishioka-shi
  • Dry air
Yuki-shi
  • Dry air
Ryugasaki-shi
  • Dry air
Shimotsuma-shi
  • Dry air
Joso-shi
  • Dry air
Hitachiota-shi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Takahagi-shi
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Kitaibaraki-shi
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Kasama-shi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Toride-shi
  • Dry air
Ushiku-shi
  • Dry air
Tsukuba-shi
  • Dry air
Hitachinaka-shi
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Kashima-shi
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Itako-shi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Moriya-shi
  • Dry air
Hitachiomiya-shi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Naka-shi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Chikusei-shi
  • Dry air
Bando-shi
  • Dry air
Inashiki-shi
  • Dry air
Kasumigaura-shi
  • Dry air
Sakuragawa-shi
  • Dry air
Kamisu-shi
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Namegata-shi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Hokota-shi
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Tsukubamirai-shi
  • Dry air
Omitama-shi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Ibaraki-machi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Oarai-machi
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Shirosato-machi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Tokai-mura
  • Strong wind
  • High wave
  • Dry air
Daigo-machi
  • Strong wind
  • Dry air
Miho-mura
  • Dry air
Ami-machi
  • Dry air
Kawachi-machi
  • Dry air
Yachiyo-machi
  • Dry air
Goka-machi
  • Dry air
Sakai-machi
  • Dry air
Tone-machi
  • Dry air


Weather

2019/02/23 04:30Update


Earthquake

2019/02/23 05:15Update


Disaster prevention e-mail registration
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Contact in times of emergencies

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