From Takafumi AMANO:
This app is a viewer of flood hazard maps in Kanto Japan which includes Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gumma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo and Kanagawa prefecture. The app has all shelters information in Japan, and floods in Kanto. Therefore, it can search the nearest shelter and flood level at a current location or an arbitrary one. How to UsePlease do not use this app without a rehearsal in time of a disaster, because the app was created for a desktop exercise. And be sure to check neighboring shelters information by a newsletter in your city.The app shows an address and a flood level at a center location on a screen map. If the location has some floods, the app searches the maximum flood level in the floods. Tap a shelter icon, it shows a balloon with shelter's name and types. If you tap the balloon then, the app shows detail information of the shelter. There is a tool bar under the screen. The tool bar has seven functions: Show current location, Change map type, Search shelters, Shelter layer switch, Floods layer switch, Move and App information.1. Show current locationIt moves the center of a screen map to a current location. 2. Change map typeIt changes a map type in order of a map, a hybrid, and an aerial photograph. 3. Search sheltersIt searches the nearest shelter from a location that is the center of a screen map. And changes to a detail check mode. You can check the nearest shelter and related floods in this mode. Finish is to tap "Done" button.4. Shelter layer switchIt turns on/off shelter icons. If map scale is less than 1/250000, the icons are hidden automatically.5. Set target floodYou can choose a displaying flood. If you set the flood, the app shows flood level of only chosen flood.6. MoveIt shows a local governments list in Japan. If you select the government, the center of the screen map moves to a location of the selected governments office. 7. App InformationIt is displayed a legend, notices, data sources and exemption from liability. Data Sources- National Land Numerical Information, Flood Zones (2012, MLIT Japan)- National Land Numerical Information, Shelters (2012, MLIT Japan) Notes- If you have found wrong words, please tell us the words.- The app does not check that shelters were changed temporarily such as an retrofitting, and so on.- The function of displaying the shortest route, which is available iOS7 and over, may not be right. - Information of flood zones data is as of 2012.- The proper noun is written in Japanese only. Exemption from LiabilityASTI will not be held liable for anything that transpires as a result of using this information. No liability whatever will be accepted for any damage, injury or loss that may be suffered as a result of using the app.