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The Ikebukuro Life Safety Learning Center is located in an actual firehouse. Photo: Lori Matsukawa / KING. (Photo: KING)
TOKYO, Japan – What would you do in a magnitude 9 earthquake?
KING 5’s Lori Matsukawa found out at the Ikebukuro Life Safety Learning Center in Tokyo, and let’s just say even a simulation of a magnitude 9 earthquake is frightening.
One that goes for 40 seconds makes you scream, even if you told yourself you wouldn’t.
The Ikebukuro Life Safety Learning Center has 70,000 to 75,000 visitors a year. The staff firmly believes that practicing survival techniques under realistic conditions can save lives.
“You will know what …