Mrs endo lived in an older part of kobe, called nishinomiya which was at a serious disadvantage, compared with other areas near to her a big problem was the weight of the roof it was made from heavy concrete tiles which fell easily, once the building was moved. Wayne thatcher, a seismologist at the us geological survey in menlo park, california, said the kobe earthquake happened on a minor fault above the major subduction zone. Mr endo didn't die, mrs endo died because the house they lived in was old and the roof collapsed on top of her when she was sleeping and she was trapped she died of lack of o xygen (suffacated) mr endo was at his sons house at the time, this house was newer and earthquake proof.
During the earthquake, mrs endo was inside the house asleep during the earthquake, the roof collapse, crushing mrs endo because of the lack of strong people to help move the rubble and delapitated roof, mrs endo was trapped under the rubble of her home and died of suffocation after 36 hours. Mrendo survived because he had went to see his son on the sixteenth of january which was the night before the earthquake which took him away from kobe and stopped him from getting killed. As suggested above, i have updated the mrs endo mystery so it is haiti based i have uploaded the cards into the february 1st folder- it's called antoine cards- haiti can i just first say a big thank you to whoever wrote the mrs endo mystery originally, i have shamelessly plagiarised it for this version.
More essay examples on earthquake rubric endo was staying with their son kazuo in his modern apartment (a key fact being the modern apartment) whilst mrs endo was in their house in the older residential part of kobe called nishinomiya. Why did so many people die in kobe on january 17th the task is to produce a report for the japanese government about the earthquake the report should be organised into 3 sections. But the kobe earthquake was one of the worst in the country's history - 6,433 people died nearly 27,000 people were injured, and more than 45,000 homes were destroyed the total cost of repairing the damage was estimated at more than $100 billion. Mr and mrs endo lived in the older part of kobe, called nishinomiya, and so their house was not earthquake proof, as the house was built before 1960 on the night before the earthquake struck, mr endo went to visit and stay at his sons apartment, kazuo.
Why did so many people (such as mrs endo) die in kobe on january 17th 1995 mid unit levelled assessment to complete this mid unit levelled assessment you need to produce a report for the japanese government about the earthquake based around the question. Mr and mrs endo mystery geographyoatforge loading unsubscribe from geographyoatforge documentary: kobe earthquake disaster - duration: 1:25:03 haak walter 6,660 views. What happened to mr & mrs endo in this enquiry i am going to investigate the disappearance of mr & mrs endo in the 1995 kobe earthquake on january 17^th and how this earthquake happened i hope to find all the information i need at kobe when i arrive there. Sure, all you have to do is to explain what happened to mr and mrs endo however, you can use the cards and your work from class to help you to explain its sometimes helpful to sort the cards into groups, however its up to you to decide to the best way to group them. The epic earthquake in kobe (japan) 1995 antonis-9- why did mrs endo die it doesn't matter if she die-why did mr endo survive 日本全国 緊急地震速報ライブ（東京都中野.
The great hanshin earthquake began north of the island of awaji, which lies just south of kobe it spread toward the southwest along the nojima fault on awaji and toward the northeast along the suma and suwayama faults, which run through the center of kobe [8. Kobe was very close to the epicentre of the earthquake many fire engines ran out of water before the fires were put out. The reason why so many people such as mrs endo died in the kobe earthquake are introducing and locating the place, the background, the dates etc here you must explain all the factors that caused the 1995 quake to happen.
More essay examples on earthquake rubric 'what were the primary and secondary effects of the kobe earthquake and why do you think it had such a big impact' tips. Only since 1981 have earthquake-buildings been built this means that only a small number of buildings would have been able to withstand the blast as the buildings fell, lots of people would have been crushed many buildings have been built on 'reclaimed' land this means it has been part of liquifaction this land is unstable as the land is partly water this makes it harder for buildings to remain upwards on it. Mr and mrs endo lived in the older residential part of kobe called nishinomiya volunteers dug through the rubble with their bare hands to search for victims southern japan, where kobe is located, has not had a major earthquake since 1596.
The mrs endo cards it's simple - the cards tell a story in the story someone dies who and why and then unpack the complexities of earthquake casualties for as. Tadao ando (安藤 忠雄, andō tadao, born 13 september 1941) is a japanese self-taught architect whose approach to architecture and landscape was categorized by architectural historian francesco dal co as critical regionalism. Kōbe earthquake of 1995, also called great hanshin earthquake, japanese in full hanshin-awaji daishinsai (great hanshin-awaji earthquake disaster), (jan 17, 1995) large-scale earthquake in the ōsaka-kōbe (hanshin) metropolitan area of western japan that was among the strongest, deadliest, and costliest to ever strike that country.