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CITY INFORMATION(English Ver.)(May 1, 2021 )

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Announcement

How to Reduce Risk of Infection during Golden Week Holidays

Chances of wining and dining with someone you don’t usually get together tend to increase during the Golden Week Holidays. Enjoy this kind of social gathering by paying special attention to the followings:
○ Do not drink too much, too fast.
○ Even during dining and wining, keep the mask on when talking and keep your voice low.
○ Try to stay with someone you usually hang around with and limit the number of people to four or less.
○ When dining out, pick up an eatery complying with infection preventive measures such as having good ventilation, spaced out seating arrangement, acrylic board, constant disinfection work. It is also important to continue to practice the basic infection prevention measures.
○ Wear a mask.
○ Wash hands and use hand sanitizer frequently.
○ Watch distance with others.
○ Ventilate frequently when staying indoors.
POC: Health Promotion Section     Tel: 24-3751

Watch Out for Black Bears!!!

Black bears are getting more active at this time of the year. Please be extra cautious when going into mountains.
bear
● What kind of animal are they?
○ They have good nose and ears and can run very fast. Good at climbing trees and swimming, too.
○ Their moving range extends to some 40 – 50 km a day.
● Do not do anything to attract them.
○ Having a high learning ability, once they get hooked on the food that humans eat, they remember where to get them. Therefore, do not leave or bury the leftovers or kitchen waste outside the house.
● How to avoid the encounter with bears.
○ At dusk, they may get carried away with a food and fail to notice the presence of a human being. Therefore, get out of a mountain before sunset.
● When running into a bear
○ Take a deep breath, first, and make a right judgment of the situation.  When you bolt, they may start coming right at you on reflex.
○ When the bear stays still even after he sees you, just slowly walk away staring at the bear straight in his eyes. Never turn around and show your back.
○ If the bear is far away from you, quietly leave the area or make a sound to let him notice
your presence.
○ When the bear is coming right at you, drop your belongings one by one on his path to deflect his attention and retreat using those items as obstacles between the bear and you.
If this tactic doesn’t work, lock your hands behind your neck, crouch down and stay still till the bear goes away.
○ When you see a child bear, be extra careful because a mother bear must be in the vicinity.
※ When you spot a bear, please alert the Police, City’s Forestry/Agriculture Promotion Section or Forestry and Construction Section of General Branch Office.
POC: Forestry/Agriculture Promotion Section     Tel: 29-5170

Event

Tokyo Olympic 2020 Torch Relay

Date/Time: May 13 (Thu)  08:05 – 08:53
Place: Kikko Park (Welcome program and start) – Kintaikyo Entrance Southside Intersection
POC: Sports Promotion Section       Tel: 29-5103

Friendly Morning Market at Local Wholesale Market

Date and time: May 15 (Sat),  09:30-
※ Market closes when supplies are all gone.
Place: Local Wholesale Market
Content: Sales of vegetables, fruits, marine products and meat.
※ Eateries and related shops/stores are always open.
POC: Management of Local Wholesale Marketing Section   Tel: 32-7355

Special Exhibition

● Exhibition of new collections at Iwakuni Chokokan Museum
Date/Time: Through May 9 (Sun)
Content: Introduction of historical materials added into collection in recent years.
● Reviewing of “History of Home Town A-La-Carte” through historical materials
Date/Time: May 16 (Sun) – July 4 (Sun)
Content: Introduction of a running story, “History of Home Town A-La-Carte,” having been posted in Public Information Iwakuni.
POC: Iwakuni Chokokan Museum at 2-chome, Yokoyama       Tel: 41-0452
Closed on Mondays, May 6 (Thu), May 11 (Tue)-15 (Sat)  (Open on May 3 (NH))

Afternoon Concert

Please enjoy this one hour teatime afternoon concert with just one coin.
● A gift of famous heartwarming music
Date/Time: May 18 (Tue)    13:00 – (doors open=12:30)
Place: Muse Hall
Performers: Rika Nishii (violin)   Yuki Ishii (piano)
Program: Libertango, Csardas, etc.
Fee 【all seats non-reserved】 : 500yen
※ Preschoolers not allowed to enter.
POC: Sinfonia Iwakuni at 1-chome, Mikawa-machi       Tel: 29-1600
Closed on May 13 (Thu)

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