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Tokyo Metropolitan Police Museum, Chuo

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  • IT is a free museum in Ginza area. It's fun to take pictures outside the museum as they have some police bikes there for you to 'ride' on  more »
  • Museum has good concept. Unfortunately information about this museum in Japanese. Person in charge at museum was nice, but she can't speak English.  more »
  • This was a nice little museum but would not be high on my list of must visit museums in Tokyo. There are police motorcycles on the ground floor which provided very popular photo opportunities for chil...  more »
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  • Small, free exhibit with some displays explaining the history and processes of current law enforcement. Geared toward younger kids, but still interesting for adults. Lots of English signage, but most of the interactive displays are Japanese only. Worth a quick trip if this interests you.
  • Kids will enjoy the place. They also provide costume for kids.
  • If you are interested in learning a little bit about the history of the police force in Japan with some time to spare, this is a fun little police museum for you. Not only you can learn about the police, you can learn about some of the other civil employees of Japan as well, such as criminal investigators and marine rescue crews. If this something you might like then I recommend you visit this location. Also say hi to Pipu-kun, the yellow looking character with the big ears. (The Police Force Mascot)
  • This is not really a review but a note that this museum is closed until Spring 2017 until renovation is finished. So not permanently closed, just temporarily!
  • During longer spare time in waiting for trains from Tokyo station is located approximately 10 minutes, look in about an hour, it is recommended. You must have just no coin-operated lockers in the Museum for the luggage around. Recommended in luggage when deposited at the station. And exhibits are also fitting ride for kids, but the duty officer's belongings and the present police equipment and weapons seized and methamphetamine drug trade, but adults can enjoy 10 minutes.
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