Signing On to Better Things
In a signing ceremony held in the Tsushima city hall, its mayor, Kazuaki Hibi, and Village House Tokai branch manager Hironori Koba, designated the Tsushima City’s Terano-Cho and Atago-Cho properties as temporary shelters for disaster relief. This signing was a landmark occasion for the property and residence management company. It was the first time Village House Tokai properties made arrangements with the local government for disaster relief shelters. “We are very grateful for the conclusion of this agreement as we aim to create a city that protects the safety of citizens and promotes disaster prevention and mitigation measures that leave no one behind,” commented mayor Hibi on the conclusion of the agreement.
A Dedication to Disaster Relief Preparedness
Geographically, Japan is a region exposed to tectonic movements in the earth’s crust, making it earthquake-prone. As a residence for people of various nationalities, Village House was motivated to integrate and equip its residents with all the resources to navigate daily life in Japan, especially in disaster relief preparedness.
As such, this agreement to designate new temporary relief shelters highlights and underscores the commitment of Village House and the local officials to prioritise the safety and well-being of the many communities living in Japan. Through this, Village House hopes to become a sturdy pillar for the communities it hosts and inspire more from the private sector to step up disaster relief preparedness and aid.
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