Backup Tokyo

November 3, 2011 by staff 

Backup Tokyo, If you’ve heard that there were plans to create a city of the shadow of a great city, in the case of the great city being destroyed during a natural disaster, most countries could imagine implementing such a plan?

Would Japan’s super-efficient? It seems that the nation actually has innovative plans to investigate the potential of a backup of Tokyo, which is almost equal to what it seems. In the case of a disaster, people (apparently remaining) Tokyo can get a satellite town 300 miles west of Tokyo today, the press has dubbed the “Tokyo backup.” The city is hiding near Itami airport and has been “the code name IRTBBC (Integrated Resort, Tourism, Business and City of backup).”

According to Wired UK, Tokyo backup support is designed as a fully functional in the city:

The site, which is approximately five square miles, include facilities for the parliament and ministries, so the government will be able to continue in the event of a disaster. However, they also include office complexes, resort facilities, casinos and parks as well as an office building of 652 meters.

However, it will be as big as Tokyo proper, or be able to sustain the entire population of the city:

The infrastructure has been planned for a population of 50,000 inhabitants (to be taken into account is a short form of Tokyo’s population of 13 million dollars) and a workforce of 200,000 – most of them would be traveling from Osaka, the second city ??in Japan, that the site is located north.

From now on, back in Tokyo is only a concept, but a group of planners have sought ¥ 14 million to investigate their potential.

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