The Japan Student Services Organization has released the disaster relief law applicable areas within one year on its website for students who wish to receive scholarships in the disaster relief law applicable areas.We are accepting recommendations from all students whose households have suddenly changed due to the relevant disaster, and we are calling on them to contact the school counter as they may be able to receive benefits in neighboring areas that are not covered.

 According to the Japan Student Services Organization, there are a total of 1 areas to which the Disaster Relief Act applies within one year. The heavy rain disaster from July 9 will cover Atami City, Shizuoka Prefecture, where a large-scale debris flow occurred, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture, Matsue City, Shimane Prefecture, and Izumo City, where landslides and inundation occurred frequently.

 Matsue City was targeted for a large-scale fire in April, Itoigawa City, Niigata Prefecture for landslide damage in March, and Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture for a large-scale fire in February. The February Fukushima Prefecture Offshore Earthquake included 4 cities and towns, including Fukushima City, Koriyama City, Shirakawa City, Sukagawa City, Soma City, Minamisoma City, Date City, and Motomiya City, Fukushima Prefecture.



reference:[Japan Student Services Organization] Areas covered by the Disaster Relief Act within one year

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