Police: 110Fire: 119Ambulance: 119
(English/Spanish/Chinese/Korean/Thai)Monday to Friday 5pm – 8pmSaturday, Sunday and Holidays 9am – 8pm03-5285-8185
Telephone: 03-3501-0110Translation available 24 hours every day
U.S. Air Force Hospital, Yokota: 0425-52-2511, ext. 57740Honolulu Poison Control Center: 1-808-941-4411Osaka Toxicity: 0990-50-2499, 06-871-9999
Counseling, Crime victims, Eldercare, HIV/AIDS & STDs, Support groups
Credit cards, Death, Domestic violence, Emergency services, Shelters
Dentists, Pregnancy & childbirth, Physical therapy, Doctors, hospitals & clinics
Attorneys, Immigration, Employment, Housing disputes, General information
Stay calm. Always speak clearly and slowly when making an emergency call. If possible, enlist the aid of a Japanese speaker in placing the call. These Japanese phrases will be helpful if the operator does not understand English.
Remember: Stay on the line! DO NOT hang up until the operator hangs up.
Kyukyusha o yonde kudasai.Please send an ambulance.
Kaji desu.There is a fire.
Keikan o yonde kudasai.Please send a policeman.
Watashi no namae wa _____ desu.My name is _____
Watashi no jusho wa _____ desu.My address is _____
Watashi no denwa bango wa _____ desu.My telephone number is _____
Illustrations by Kento Iida