4.If you have difficulty returning home ・Getting home

When an earthquake strikes, you may not be able to use the roads that you usually use. Try to walk the route you might take when a disaster strikes. Check the state of the road.

●Plan out a good route home, in case you have to return home on foot. Try to avoid routes that may be blocked or where chaos is likely to break out.
●It's dangerous to walk at night because it's difficult to see where you are going. Think carefully about the time of day when planning your return, especially if your house is far away.
●School buildings, public facilities, convenience stores, and gas stations are being increasingly used as support facilities for people who have difficulty getting home. Many will provide information when a disaster occurs. Check those facilities as well.