Ishinomaki city and Higashimatsushima city, etc Miyagi prefecture
A. Oct 6 (Sat) - 8 (Mon)※application closed
B. Oct 9 (Tue) - 11 (Thu)※application closed
C. Oct 26 (Fri) - 28 (Sun)
D. Oct 29 (Mon) - Oct 31 (Wed)
※2nights/3days participation is preffered, but 1night/2days participation is also possible(Please join from the 1st day).
※If you consider long term stay, please contact us first.
Cleaning and rehabilitating private houses, public community buildings, supporting communication events, posting, etc.
※Activities might be changed depending on the weather.
◆Meeting and dismissal:
Meet at Habitat Japan Tagajo Office (Contact & Map) between 18:00 - 22:00 the on the first day. Dismissal on the last work day on 18:00.
※From Sendai Station to Tagajo office:
Please take Senseki Line to Tagajo station(approx. 22 min), then walk to Habitat Japan office(approx. 10min).
※Above schedule may be changed due to your arrival dates. You will be informed in advance in such case.
※Parking space is not available at Habitat Japan Tagajo Office. Please take public transportation. In case you need to come by your own car, please park your car at around Tagajo Station, or in Sendai city.
◆ Participation Fee:
3,000 yen per person
※ Habitat Japan will arrange volunteer health insurance, onsite transport, accommodation, work day dinner.
※ Please make payment upon your arrival.
※ Activities that you will join will be informed on the work day, depending on weather, local needs and schedule.
◆ Accommodation:
Habitat Japan Tagajo Office or public lodge.
(In Tagajo office we have one shared shower/bath room and not necesarry available when you wish to take it. And Some public lodges does not have shower room)
◆ Volunteers needed:
※ Volunteers will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis.
※ Recruitment will be closed seven days before the program day or if and when the target is met.
◇Things to Bring◇
Work clothes:
- Long sleeved top, long sleeved trousers
- Waterproof clothing (top and bottom)
- Work boots suitable for construction work (sandals and other open toed shoes are not suitable)
- Thick cotton gloves
- Sleeping bag
- Spare clothes
- Towel (for bathing and/or mopping your brow during work)
- Water bottle (carry drinking water to the work site)
- Shampoo, soap etc
- Wet tissues and/or alcohol spray (it may not be possible to wash your hands at lunchtime)
- Health insurance card (these will not be checked, but please carry it anyway)
- Orientation handbook
- Any other essential personal items
◇Health and Welfare◇
Habitat Japan is not qualified to offer medical advice, or to provide advice on medication or vaccinations. With this in mind, please ensure that you consult your doctor well in advance regarding any concerns you may have regarding participation in this program. Please view the web site below for detailed information on how to manage your own health and well being while undertaking work in the affected areas. ・Protecting your health in the affected areas (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) (in Japanese)
◇Cancellation Policy◇ 
Cancellations due to your own reason
Cancellation of your participation within the seven days before the program start date results in all of your payments.Please pay by bank transfer according to the invoice to be sent by Habitat Japan. Please be noted that any funds paid may not be returned.
1-a. Volunteer⇒Habitat Japan office: Submit the [Volunteer Application Form] via email to info@habitatjp.org.
※ We will respond to all enquiries as soon as they are received. If you do not receive a response within three working days of submission please resend your application.
1-b. Volunteer⇒Habitat Japan office: submit the original copy of your release and waiver of liability for adults and/or minors, along with a copy of your ID (passport, drivers licence or health insurance card; students should also include a copy of their student ID) on A4 paper. Please send these to the office by post.   

2. Habitat Japan office⇒Volunteer: confirmation of receipt of [Volunteer Application Form] and registration (at this point participation is also confirmed).   

3. Habitat Japan office⇒Volunteer: information regarding departure and pre-program preparations.   

4. Volunteer: payment of participation fee on arrival. Receive orientation and start work !
If you have any further questions about participation in our disaster relief activities, please feel free to contact the Habitat Japan office via email at info@habitatjp.org or, if you prefer, by telephone (03-6459-2070).