Itsuki Nakabayashi's research while affiliated with Meiji University and other places

Publications (3)

Article
In the last two decades, three great earthquakes have occurred in Japan: the Hanshin-Awaji earthquake of 1995, the Mid-Niigata earthquake of 2004, and the East Japan Earthquake of 2011. After the East Japan earthquake, a devastating tsunami caused significant casualties and home destruction. More than 18,500 people were killed and more than 121,000...
Article
This paper looks at several possible directions guiding disaster waste treatment systems for massive-scale earthquakes and other disasters, such as the Tokyo and Nankai Trough earthquakes, which are being predicted for the future and which are expected to include even more extensive damages than those seen in the Kobe Earthquake of 1995 or the Grea...
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Reconstruction from the Eastern Japan mega earthquake must be done as a post-disaster recovery from the affected region of eastern Japan as rapidly as possible. However, these reconstructions are not done quickly. On the other hand, the damage prevention and preparedness as a pre-disaster recoveries and reconstructions from the next Nankai trough e...

Citations

... When the actual LR begins, it is, theoretically, only a tool to achieve an already agreed-upon end. Japan has experienced numerous earthquakes and tsunamis (Edo, 1703 and 1855; Nobi, 1891; Kanto and Tokyo, 1923;Fukui, 1948;Kobe (Hanshin), 1995;Niigata, 2004, etc.) ( Maly & Shiozaki, 2012;Schencking, 2008) in some of which ( Kanto, 1923;Kobe, 1995; and Tōhoku (Sendi), 2011) LR was utilized to rebuild cities and reconstruct ruined houses and infrastructures ( Hanes, 2000;Hein, 2010;Mukherji, 2014;Nakabayashi, 2014;Olshansky, Johnson, & Topping, 2006;Sorensen, 2000b). The experience of LR in Japan is almost 200 years old and dates back to the time (1899) when farmers were authorized to independently readjust their farmlands according to RALA (Readjustment Table 1 LR used for post-disaster rebuilding and city redevelopment. ...