The preparation for influenza pandemic has become very important. However, no standardized educational package against pandemics has been established to date. We developed a simulation–based education drill for Japanese medical students based on the package developed by U.S. medical school. The drill was adapted to 201 medical students, and was evaluated by self–administered questionnaires. 1)More than 90% of the students indicated that the use of this drill is appropriate to experience a simulated pandemic situation, and to learn skills and attitudes such as teamwork and communication. 2)Up to 65% of the students answered they learned a "very clear image" for the "Importance of working as a team with other professionals". 3)The results suggest that this simulation–based education drill make the students aware not only of the need for the preparation for pandemic but also the importance of team–based approach.