Quake simulators draw foreign tourists to disaster learning sites

Earthquake simulators have become tourist draws at disaster … some 30 high school students from Australia experienced a simulated level-7 quake — the highest on the Japanese seismic intensity scale — similar to the March 2011 one that devastated …
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