What are the earthquake damage risk ratings for Tokyo?

The Bureau of Urban Development in the Tokyo Metropolitan Government conducts an earthquake risk assessment every 5 years, with the latest carried out in 2008. The investigation covers 5,073 neighborhoods.

They provide a rating for the following categories:

Vulnerability to Building Collapse (Ground liquefaction, Construction methods, Age of buildings etc)
Fire Hazard Rating (Spreading ...

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