Japan's Disaster Theme Park Helps Residents Prepare For Survival
Japan has seen many disasters in its time — earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons and atomic bombs. So the government has set up a disaster theme park for residents and visitors. The goal is disaster preparedness. Susan Phillips ( @susanphill) of WHYY’s The Pulse paid a visit.
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