As you can see our 'kiddies' (= boys) had lots of fun. We learnt what to do when you suddenly notice that there is a fire in your room (= inform the other people in that very room as if they wouldn't notice by themselves). But it involved also practical training, i.e. how to use a fire extinguisher to extinguish a virtual fire:
This is our success story (maybe you should rather walk away and NOT try to extinguish the fire, after all this isn't the Sims):
In case you can't read the screen, it says 'extinguishing failure'.
Another important issue in Japan are earthquakes. I found it very informative that women and children are frightened at a magnitude of 3 whereas men only give up at a magnitude of 6.
Here you can see that our girls are all under the table at a mere 3 earthquake (which confirms the wallpaper information):
Our fieldtrip ended with a visit to the worldfamous baseball arena in Fukuoka, the Yahoo Dome:
Here I also had my very first real Japanese food, an o-nigiri filled with one of these horribly sour umeboshi plums: