JIDA Museum Selection vol.22

オリジナル防災バッグOTE(On The Exit)

Product オリジナル防災バッグOTE(On The Exit)
Original disaster prevention bag OTE(On The Exit)
Model number
Manufacturer ミヤビワークス株式会社
Miyabiworks Co., Ltd.
Designer 林 雅浩
HAYASHI Masahiro
Pioneer spirit
Social performance
Technology innovation
生活領域/Living areas
事業領域/Business areas
公共領域/Public areas

防災バッグは避難するとき確実に持ち出せ、使えるものでないとならない。しかし、押入や物置に片付けられ、いざという時に使えない…その課題を解決するため開発したのが「OTE」です。OTEはOn The Exi(t 出口にある)の略。マンションやアパートの玄関扉が、建築基準法により鉄製の防火扉であることに着目し、強力な磁石で取り付けることができるようにしました。バッグの外観は、玄関やインテリアの雰囲気を壊さず、日常の空間に溶け込むデザインとし、いざというときに必ず使える場所に設置できます。カラーは扉の色に合わせやすいよう、3色をご用意しました。(解説/林 雅浩) 2018年3月発売 ¥20,000(税抜き)


有事の際にすぐに持ち出せるように玄関扉内側やリビングスペースに設置しても、物理的にも視覚的にも邪魔にならない防災バッグOTE(=On The Exit)。防災のプロフェショナルが厳選した「発災から約1日間、避難所にたどり着くまでに必要かつ充分な防災用品(13点)」をコンパクトに収納。バッグ本体にベルトを取り付けるとリュック型で背負うことができ、両手が自由に使えて安全な移動も可能としている。(審査委員/米澤 俵介)


Disaster prevention bags must be something you can reliably take with you and use when evacuating. However, such bags tend to not be useful during real emergencies because they are deep inside a closet or a storage. “OTE,” which stands for “On The Exit,” was developed to solve this problem. Because the entrance doors of condominiums and apartments are steel fire doors due to the Building Standards Law, we have put strong magnets on the product so it can be attached to these doors. Its exterior design blends into everyday space and does not disrupt the mood of the entrance space or interior design, so that it can be placed in a location easily reachable during emergencies. Three colors are available so one that matches the door’s color can be chosen. (Description / HAYASHI Masahiro)  Launch Year / 2018


OTE (= On The Exit) is a disaster prevention bag that does not get in the way physically or visually, even if it is installed to the back of the front door or in the living space, so that it can be immediately taken with oneself in case of an emergency. It compactly stores disaster prevention supplies (13 items) that are “necessary and sufficient for about a day while one travels to an evacuation center after a disaster” carefully selected by disaster prevention professionals. It can be carried as a backpack when a belt is attached to its body to allow one to safely move with both hands free. (Selection Committee / YONEZAWA Hyosuke)