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Disaster prevention initiatives with entertaining twists are becoming popular as the nation marks a quarter century since the Great Hanshin Earthquake on Friday.

The citizen-led “fun disaster” programs seek to pass on the lessons of solidarity and mutual assistance learned from the 1995 quake that rocked Kobe and surrounding areas, which waited days for rescue and relief as authorities struggled to grasp the extent of the damage.

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