① EMERGENCY SITUATION
When we decide to go traveling, we are super excited, but we must not forget about travel insurance. The best trip is where we can return our home without health issues or transportation troubles. Most tourists want to return home with great memories from their adventure. Knowing some Japanese which you might use for emergency situations doesn’t harm anything and will help go a long way toward making your experience that much better. So, set aside a little time and learn some Japanese in this course.
In this course you are going to learn some basic expressions and vocabulary that you might hear or use in emergency situations.
The following are list you will learn in this book:
•Vocabulary /Common phrases in Drug store
•Vocabulary /Common phrases in Clinic
•Vocabulary/Common Phrases in Police
This course is a self-studying course so you can study at your own pace.
Tips for emergency situations in Japan
① Emergency Numbers in Japan : 110 for police. 119 for Ambulance and Fire Department.
② Since the Japanese drug stores might not carry the same brand-name medicine, it is better to know the active ingredients of the medicine you would like to take.
③ Please be aware of that some medicines are not available or cannot be purchased without a prescription in Japan.
④ Most clinics are walk-in but the university hospitals and general hospitals tend to charge extra fees if you don’t have a referral from a clinic.
⑤ If you have an emergency or need assistance, go to the nearest Police Box or Koban. The police officer may be able to give you some guidance.
⑥ Check the contact information of your country's embassy in Japan.
① Emergency Situation