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Nowadays, Japan is considered one of the countries that are highly immune to natural disasters. The success comes from an attempt to establish its people’s knowledge of nature and society, basic survival and rescuing skills, as well as an eagerness to build a better society and helping others through the process of disaster education, the so-called “bousai kyouiku”. This article compiled relevant sources of information in order to provide an overview of bousai kyouiku in Japan. It was found that bousai kyouiku is the education for sustainable development and life-long learning. It implements knowledge in children, youth, and adults in the form of holistic and never-ending education to create a sustainable quality of life under the concept of "Children know; adults do". However, to be successful in bousai kyouiku, cooperation from all stakeholders is essential. This article will be beneficial for developing disaster education in both formal and non-formal education in Thailand.
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