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Please contact with the below section if you need consultation regarding compensation issues due to dismissal, temporary closure of your company and etc, which are affected by Covid-19.

Place :
Kanagawa Lobor Buerueu
Address :
13rd floor, Yokohama dai-2 Godo Chosha, 5-57 Kitanaka-dori, Naka-ku, Yokohama
Tel :
045-211-7358 (direct)
Hours :
8:30–17:15 (Monday through Friday, except national holiday)

https://jsite.mhlw.go.jp/kanagawa-roudoukyoku/madoguchi_annai/_20200213_00001.html

If a member of your family is suspected of the novel Coronavirus infection, we ask that you follow these eight points below.

  1. Segregate rooms
  2. Limit persons responsible for caring for infected patients as much as possible
  3. Wear a facial mask
  4. Wash your hands often
  5. Ventilate the room
  6. Disinfect shared surface that touched by hand
  7. Wash dirty line and clothes
  8. Dispose of garbage in a sealed bag

Too see further information, please go onto the website below.
https://www.mhlw.go.jp/content/10200000/000603323.pdf

Especially this month, this blog provides information or news about Coronavirus (COVID-19) once updated.
We appreciate for your frequent checking on this page.

March 3rd is Hirnamatsuri or the doll’s festival in Japan. It is also called “Momo no Sekku”, which means “Peach Festival.” It is an occasion to pray for young girls’ growth and happiness. Most families with girls display dolls. Peach flowers, cake cubes (hina arare) and diamond-shaped rice cakes(hishimochi) are displayed together. Modern families celebrate the day by eating sushi-dishes and Shirozake (rice wine). By the way, May 5th is the boy’s festival in Japan.

Kawasaki city operates a hotline for those who have general questions about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Tel:
044-200-0730
Hours:
Weekday, 8:30-17:15

For those who are suspected of being infected with COVID-19, please dial the below Ward health care center.

  • Kawasaki-ku » 044(201)3189
  • Saiwai » 044(556)6715
  • Nakahara » 044(744)3104
  • Takatsu » 044(861)3341
  • Miyamae » 044(856)3217
  • Tama » 044(935)3217
  • Asao » 044(965)5218

All the above lines are operated only in Japanese.

The medical consultation for foreign residents will be held.
Interpreters will be available for the speakers of Tagalog, English and Vietnamese.
Free of charge. Reservation not required.

  • When : March 1st, Sunday, 14:00–16:30
  • Place : Sueyoshi Catholic Church, 1-13, Sueyoshi-cho,Naka-ku, Yokohama City, Kanagawa (6 min. walk from Keikyu train Hinodecho Stn.)
  • What to be checked : Chest X-Ray, Blood Pressure Urine, Examination, Height & Weight Measurement, Medical Consultation

Counseling Services on Visa and others with an administrative scrivener (Gyōseishoshi) is available (14:00 – 16:30). For example, you can consult about the way to bring your family (spouse or child) to Japan, the matters such as the change about the residence visa, permanent residence visa, naturalization and international marriage.

WEB SITE » https://mickanagawa.web.fc2.com/pdf/mm/mm20200301.pdf

Setsubun’ originally refers to the day when the season changes in Japan, and each season used to have it. But these days Setsubun signifies the day before spring starts and it is Feburuary 3rd.
To get rid of invisible negative vibes, people usually scatter roasted soy beans both inside and outside of their houses. Some people eat sushi rolls called Ehomaki, as looking in the year’s good luck direction and eating quietly while making a wish. This year’s good direction is said to be west south west.

Happy New Year 2020 !

2020 is the second year of Reiwa and the year of the rat in the Japanese zodiac. Eto is the 12-year cycle associated with 12 Zodiac animals in Japan. In order, the 12 animals are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Sheep, Monkey, Rooster/Chicken, Dog, Boar.

There are holiday emergency clinics and hospitals at every ward in Kawasaki city. Physicians and Pediatricians are available in 9–11:30am and 1–4pm on December 30th to January 4th.
As for consultation days and hours, please refer to the website below.
http://www.city.kawasaki.jp/shisetsu/category/34-9-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0.html (External link)
Contact: Kawasaki Medical Association, Tel 044 711 3011
email: kawai-kyuujitukyuukan@kawasaki.kanagawa.med.or.jp

The year has come to an end. December has another name in Japan - it is called ‘Shiwasu’. The word has a couple of meanings and opinions to explain it.
One of the popular meanings is ‘shi’ runs around because they are busy for the year-end Buddhist events (Shi refers to Buddhist monks). Thus, it is believed in Japan that December is the busiest month. We would like to be careful about our health and be ready for entering a new year with a lot of happiness.