GeoHazardsNCP: UTokyo-ANU International Excursion on Earth and Planetary Environment -Day10-

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Arai Checkpoint (Arai-Sekisho)

Kai Leggett @KaiLeggett

The Arai Checkpoint was established in1600. They had to move this checkpoint several times due to Earthquakes and Tsunami #GeoHazardsNCP pic.twitter.com/CWm9jAcOnR

14/09/2017 08:27:37 WIB
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Aynslie @AynslieJ

Established in 1601 the Arai Checkpoint is the only remaining security checkpoint that were once along the Tokaido road #GeohazardsNCP pic.twitter.com/oIRCfU6cbH

14/09/2017 08:34:39 WIB
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Alice Kate @AliceFarseer

Originally built in 1601, the Arai checkpoint was relocated and rebuilt several times due to tsunamis and earthquakes #GeohazardsNCP pic.twitter.com/suhc9o77z2

14/09/2017 08:38:45 WIB
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Otagawa lowland

@insomniac_moss

[Day10] Visited to Otagawa lowland and saw the tsunami deposits. It's characterized by the sand-mud alternation of strata. #GeoHazardsNCP pic.twitter.com/oFDRktioCW

14/09/2017 10:44:58 WIB
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Callum Pyke @Wpcbro

Just leaving a site in which you could clearly see the traces of past tsunamis over the last few centuries (orange layers). #GeohazardsNCP pic.twitter.com/V6KMWpdlO4

14/09/2017 10:47:47 WIB
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Alice Kate @AliceFarseer

These sediments were deposited by the Meio tsunami in 1498. The sand layers (orange) were deposited by the incoming waves #GeohazardsNCP pic.twitter.com/gbgz8bMP8M

14/09/2017 11:56:16 WIB
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Aynslie @AynslieJ

Next to Otagawa we were able to see sand and slit layers that were created by multiple waves during the Meio tsunami in 1498 #GeohazardsNCP pic.twitter.com/vidmPEe66b

14/09/2017 11:58:06 WIB
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Minato-Inochiyama

Alice Kate @AliceFarseer

Minato Inochiyama was built after the 2011 tsunami and can accommodate up to 1300 people. Inochiyama means life saving mound #GeohazardsNCP pic.twitter.com/iGAcs6cyMs

14/09/2017 12:20:24 WIB
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