Meguro Ward Disaster Prevention Weather Information Mail Notice from Ward

Notice from Meguro-ku disaster prevention weather information mail ward Notice from the ward was announced at 09:00 on January 15, 2021. ▼ Announcement [(Meguro River) Uninterruptible power supply stoppage in construction of Meguro River entrance regulation pond] Due to the suspension of the uninterruptible power supply during the construction of the Meguro River entrance control pond, the water levels at the water level observatories of Tarakubashi, Aobadai, and Kodaibashi from 9:00 to 12:00 on Saturday, January 16, 1945. Information data will be missing. As a result, please note that there is a possibility that the pseudo value will be delivered to the email of the water level information of Dengaku […]

Meguro Ward Disaster Prevention Weather Information Mail Notice from Ward

Notice from Meguro-ku disaster prevention weather information mail ward Notice from the ward was announced at 15:45 on January 14, 2021. ▼ Announcement [[Notice again] Construction of Meguro River entrance control pond] Due to the construction of the Meguro River entrance control pond, the water level information of Tarakubashi will be sent from 9:00 on Saturday, January 9, 3rd year of Reiwa to 17:00 on Wednesday, January 20th, 3rd year of Reiwa. Please note that the pseudo value may be delivered or the data may be missing.

Meguro-ku disaster prevention weather information mail water level information

Meguro-ku disaster prevention weather information mail water level information January 14, 2021 15:40 The water level has reached the standard ・ Aobadai (Meguro River) -494 cm・ Shukuyama Bridge (Meguro River) -572 cm・ Dengaku Bridge (Meguro River) -736 cm・ Shimomeguro (Meguro River) -374 cm・ Technical Bridge (Nomigawa) -540 cm ☆: Above the warning water level ・: Below the warning water level

Meguro-ku disaster prevention weather information mail water level information

Meguro-ku disaster prevention weather information mail water level information January 14, 2021 09:20 The water level has reached the standard ・ Aobadai (Meguro River) -493 cm・ Shukuyama Bridge (Meguro River) -571 cm ☆ Dengaku Bridge (Meguro River) -8 cm・ Shimomeguro (Meguro River) -414 cm・ Technical Bridge (Nomigawa) -540 cm ☆: Above the warning water level ・: Below the warning water level

About suspension of tourist information business

In response to the state of emergency due to the new coronavirus infection, our association will reduce the system as follows. As a result, the tourist information service at our office (2-1-3 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku, Nakameguro GT B1) will be suspended. ◆ Period of suspension of tourist information services at the association office January 13th-February 7th, 2021 We appreciate your understanding and cooperation. — Delivered by Feed43 service

Meguro Ward Disaster Prevention Weather Information Mail Notice from Ward

Notice from Meguro-ku disaster prevention weather information mail ward Notice from the ward was announced at 17:00 on January 08, 2021. ▼ Announcement [(Meguro River) Construction of Meguro River Reservoir] Water level information at the Tarakubashi Water Level Observatory from 9:00 on Saturday, January 9, 3rd year of Reiwa to 17:00 on Wednesday, January 20th, 3rd year of Reiwa due to the construction of the Meguro River Ship Entrance Control Pond. Data will be missing. Please note that due to this, there is a possibility that the pseudo value will be delivered to the email of the water level information of Dengaku Bridge or the data will be missing.

[Recruitment] Online course “Easy Japanese x Japanese Conversation Salon”

Although collision is natural, everyone Do you know the word "friendly Japanese"? You may have heard of it. Easy Japanese is Japanese that is easy for foreigners who are not familiar with Japanese to understand. In recent years, the number of foreigners living in Japan has been increasing year by year. Here in Meguro Ward, there are 9,195 foreign residents. (As of 2021.1.1) However, there are people from various countries, even if they are foreigners. And they speak various languages. Now that "foreigners = English" is no longer the case, we need communication tools that match the times . That is easy Japanese. This time is, it can be said […]