Dealing with Problems / Emergencies
Storm or Emergency Warnings
In the case of a “storm warning” [boufuu-keihou] or “emergency warning” [tokubetsu-keihou] being issued for Toyonaka, Suita, Ibaraki, and/or Minoh, classes including the Institute for Higher Education Research and Practice, classes will be canceled as noted below:
- If the warning is canceled by 6:00 a.m.: All classes will be held as usual.
- If the warning is canceled by 9:00 a.m.: Afternoon classes will be held.
- If the warning is not canceled by 9:00 a.m.: Classes will be canceled for the day.
In the event of a large natural disaster, including an earthquake and flooding, necessary information for non-Japanese residents will be provided in foreign languages.
Medical Needs and 24/7 Multilingual Support
Japan Tourism Agency’s “Guide for when you are feeling ill” provides medical institutions information, search function, and guideline. The website is available in English, Chinese, and Korean.