- Rikuzentakata Tsunami Tradition Hall
Rikuzentakata Tsunami Tradition Hall
The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Hall(Iwate TSUNAMI Memorial)
Information on the The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Museum
- The Great East Japan Earthquake is a disaster prevention museum that conveys the tsunami damage caused by the The Great East Japan Earthquake to future generations.
You can see materials such as images and photos at the time of the tsunami, and exhibits that were actually damaged by the tsunami at various locations along the coast of Iwate Prefecture.
Guidance staff will be stationed at this facility and will provide detailed explanations to visitors, so that you can hear the horror of the damage caused by the The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami.
Not only will it help you improve your disaster awareness, but you will also be able to develop a prayer feeling for the victims who have been affected by the disaster, and experience a pious and peaceful time.
This facility is located in the Takata-matsubara Tsunami Memorial Park, adjacent to "Roadside Station Takata-matsubara."
- ＜Below is quoted from the official homepage of the The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Museum.＞
"About this facility
The Japanese archipelago is one of the most destined places on earth, with a high risk of natural disasters, and we, who live in this area, have improved our ability to respond to natural disasters for many years.
However, we lost many precious lives due to the The Great East Japan Earthquake tsunami that occurred on March 11, 2011.
In order not to repeat this sadness, it is important to protect our lives from various natural disasters and overcome them by preparing ourselves with wisdom and technology and acting on our own.
The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Museum aims to learn from the wisdom of its predecessors, share the facts and lessons learned from the The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami with people all over the world, and realize a society that is resilient to natural disasters.
Then, we will send out a picture of overcoming the The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami with thanks for the support.”
The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Center Photo Gallery
The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Training Center ｜ Basic Information
|Opening hours||From 9:00 to 17:00(Last admission 16:30)|
|location||180, Dokekage, Kesen Town, Rikuzentakata City, Iwate Prefecture 029-2204(Takata-matsubara Tsunami Recovery Memorial Park)|
|Parking||＜Free>About 180 cars|
Please park here even if you are visiting "Kiseki-no-Ippommatsu Survived pine tree after the big earthquake".
|Contact information||●Telephone 0192-47-4455|
Access Directions from Capital Hotel 1000
- ＜How to move from the hotel＞
(Vehicle) Prefectural Road 141-via National Road 45
About 5 minutes
JR Ofunato Line BRT Bus
BRT"Takada Kokomae Station" or "Rikuzentakata Station"
Arrive at "Kiseki-no-Ippommatsu Survived pine tree after the big earthquake Station"
180 Dokekage, Kesen Town, Rikuzentakata City, Iwate Prefecture 029-2207
Takata-matsubara Tsunami Recovery Memorial ParkDirections from "Rikuzentakata Capital Hotel 1000" to "Iwate TSUNAMI Memorial"
About the design of the The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Hall
- Design / Design ▶ Hiroshi Naito Architects
Hiroshi Naito (Hiroshi Naito, 1950-), who is the representative, is a very great person who is one of Japan's leading architects and also an emeritus professor at the University of Tokyo.
He has received many prestigious awards, including the "AIJ Prize for Architecture", the "18th Isoya Yoshida Award", and the "Newcomer Award for Fine Arts" for the design of the Museum of the Sea.
At the Tomitaro Makino Memorial Hall. "Received the 13th 1999 Togo Murano Award"
We received the "Art Award, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award, Art Division" for the design of "Takata-matsubara Tsunami Reconstruction Memorial Park National Memorial and Memorial Facility", which is also an article in this tourist information.
It is a great honor for us Rikuzentakata citizens to have a high nose!
In addition, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport The Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction and urban design study committee, Iwate Prefecture tsunami disaster prevention Technical Committee also has been served, always has been your efforts in terms of reconstruction and disaster prevention and The Great East Japan Earthquake
He has served as a judge and chairman of the jury in each competition such as the Space Design Competition, the Architectural Environment Design Competition, the Tokyo Architecture Collection 2009, 2010, and the National Stadium International Design Competition, and is truly a legend in the architectural world. Is no exaggeration to say.
In addition to his background, many books have been published, so please read them if you are interested!
How to enjoy and spend time in the field
- It is one of the museums that we would like you to visit because you can visit it for free.
You can learn a lot from the disaster prevention knowledge learned from the The Great East Japan Earthquake, the horror of the tsunami, and the wisdom of our predecessors.
The guide staff of the commentator is also resident in this facility, so you can listen to various stories on the spot, so you can rest assured.
There is also a theater room where you can feel the horror of earthquakes and tsunamis with powerful images.
It will be an opportunity to think about how to be aware of what you have learned here in your daily life and behavior.
When each person's consciousness and behavior change, it will surely save lives from the next catastrophe.The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Hall(Iwate TSUNAMI Memorial)
- Let's take a picture(Share on SNS)The symbol road "Prayer Axis" that leads from the "The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Hall" and "Michi-no-Eki Takata-matsubara" to the seawall has a mysterious image of symmetrical planting and a soft road leading to the sea. is.
You can take beautiful pictures even in the square, so please post it on SNS when you visit Rikuzentakata!The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Hall"Axis of prayer"
- Pray at the "place of flower offering" and "place of view of the sea"There is a "flower offering place" on the hillside of the symbol road, and a "sea view place" when you reach the seawall.
Some people may feel a little heavy, but why not pray to the deceased?
(Of course, that doesn't mean you shouldn't.It is a place where you can fully enjoy just looking at the sea.)The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Hall "Flower offering place" ・"A place overlooking the sea"
- Hirota Bay (Pacific Ocean)!The goal point of Symbol Road is called "a place overlooking the sea" and reaches the upper part of the seawall.
The magnificent Hirota Bay (Pacific Ocean) spreads out below you, and the mother sea seems to invite visitors to a gentle feeling.
In addition, the once lost scenic spot "Takata-matsubara" can be expected to be revived in the future, as it can be seen that the descendants of the Kiseki-no-Ippommatsu Survived pine tree after the big earthquake are planted and growing up.
Send ale to the cute baby pine!The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Hall"A place overlooking the sea"
- Let's go to see "Kiseki-no-Ippommatsu Survived pine tree after the big earthquake" from "A place overlooking the sea"!If you have physical strength, let's walk as it is and aim for "Kiseki-no-Ippommatsu Survived pine tree after the big earthquake"!
You can walk for about 15 minutes one way, but how about walking in the sea breeze?
Please see the only male figure that survived from 70,000 pine forests while being swallowed by the big tsunami!
It continues to be loved by many tourists as a power spot of Rikuzentakata and a symbol of reconstruction.The Great East Japan Earthquake Tsunami Tradition Hall"Kiseki-no-Ippommatsu Survived pine tree after the big earthquake"