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In support of the Noto Peninsula earthquake, the Japan Moving House Association completes temporary housing construction in Nakanoto Town

In support of the Noto Peninsula earthquake, the Japan Moving House Association completes temporary housing construction in Nakanoto Town
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Press release: May 9, 2024
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In support of the Noto Peninsula earthquake, the Japan Moving House Association completes temporary housing construction in Nakanoto Town *10 temporary housing units constructed at the former Aobadai tennis court in Nakanoto Town*
* The Japan Moving House Association has completed the construction of temporary housing in Nakanoto Town, which was affected by the Noto Peninsula Earthquake. *
* A total of 10 temporary housing units have been constructed, which underwent a final inspection on April 30th, and disaster victims began moving in from May 3rd. *
Panoramic view of Ninomiya Daiichi Danchi (former Ninomiya Aobadai tennis court) The association has been developing temporary housing in Wajima City, Suzu City, and Nanao City, and has provided temporary housing for a total of 216 households to disaster victims in Nakanoto Town.

Mobile wooden structures called moving houses are used for temporary housing. Moving houses are manufactured as units the same size as 40-foot (12 meters) and 20-foot (6 meters) shipping containers, and by combining multiple units, you can freely change the size of the house. . This time, we constructed five two-unit buildings with two 12-meter units and one 6-meter unit connected together.
Each building is home to two households that can accommodate two to three people, and the site has a parking space for residents and a garbage storage area.

A second phase construction plan for temporary housing is currently underway in Nakanoto Town, with 10 additional units scheduled to be built near JR West’s Notobe Station.

The Japan Moving House Association is proceeding with the construction of temporary buildings such as emergency temporary housing in various parts of Ishikawa Prefecture, and is working to provide as many disaster victims as possible with the foundation for a secure life as soon as possible. We are setting up a system to increase production at our moving house manufacturing factory.

Interior image of a moving house

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