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Welcome to Yamato Takada City!

For non-Japanese residents who have just become residents of Yamato Takada City: The information on this map was gathered for your convenience, and designed to provide you with useful information to help you get used to your new life in Yamato Takada City. We hope that this contents will make your life more comfortable.

Emergencies

  • Traffic accident,burglary, fraud,
    and other trouble

    110
  • Fire,sudden illness,injury, etc...

    119
  • Holiday Emergency Clinic

    Katsuragi District Holiday Emergency Clinic 0745-22-7003 Map

    Open on Sundays, National Holidays,
    and New Years Holidays (12/29-1/3)
    Located inside the Yamato Takada City Hoken Center
    Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Dentistry

    Hours of Operation:
    8:30-11:30, 13:00-15:30, 17:30-20:30
    Dentistry until 15:30

Multilingual Living Information

For those in need of more information on living in Japan, the CLAIR website has information available in 13 different languages. (English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese, Tagalog, German, Vietnamese, French, Russian, Indonesian, Thai, and Japanese)
URL: http://www.clair.or.jp/tagengo/index.html

When you need to renew or
change the status of your VISA…

Nara Branch Office of Osaka Regional Immigration Bureau
TEL: 0742-23-6501
Nara 2nd General Office of Legal Affairs
3-4-1, Higashi-Kidera-cho, Nara-shi 630-8305
(From Kintetsu Nara Station, or JR Nara Station take the #2 bus, the outer loop line, to the “Takabatake-cho” bus stop. Walk South for 5

About Emergency Shelters

Earthquakes occur commonly in Japan. Also, there are times when fires or floods could occur. There are 19 places designated as emergency shelters in the city (Elementary Schools, Junior High Schools, and High Schools), so please evacuate immediately to your nearest shelter when natural disasters strike. For all things related to emergencies, please contact Jitishinkouka Matidukuri・bousaigakari
(TEL: 0745-22-1101 ext. 227)