"The Welcome Kit" made by the city can be picked up at the Tsukuba Information Center. It contains, (1) a city map (2) the pamphlet called "Living in Tsukuba" (3) The pamphlet titled "Separating & Disposing of Garbage" (4)The pamphlet for Admission into Public Schools, Tsukuba (5) The booklet for Earthquake Emergency Procedures (6) Paper, "Welcome to Tsukuba" and (7) the Tsukuba City Handbook.
If you're a newcomer with a stay more than 90 days and go through the Alien Registration, you will get this package at the city hall. But, just in case you didn't get it when you registered, please come and pick it up at TIC.
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