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The Police Museum

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The Police Museum

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3-5-1 Kyobashi, Chuo 104-0031 Tokyo Prefecture
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This online experience gives you rough idea of Tokyo's sightseeing spot and culture. <br>It's about 45-60 minutes experience via Zoom and could understand what you could see in Tokyo and tips while travelling. <br>*It’s NOT a real tour, but online virtual tour. <br>*The time is Japan Standard Time(GMT +9:00). Please exchange to your time.<br><br>HIGHLIGHTS <br>・Learn about Tokyo, the capital of Japan<br>・Tips to visit iconic places and Recommendation from local<br>・Concierge service to travel Tokyo (Stay, Meal, etc)
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Yu Ying wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore1,963 contributions130 helpful votes
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Chanced upon this building while walking around Ginza, am pleasantly surprised it's free! It's an educational place where showcase all the police vehicles through the years. There is even a big helicopter where we can sit inside for photos. I feel that kids will love this place. It's a small place - 15-20 mins will be enough.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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576eris wrote a review Feb 2020
Auckland Central, New Zealand256 contributions43 helpful votes
最近出来たと思われる。 入り口にパトカーが展示されており、 興味本位で入ってみたら5階位まで 各フロアに展示が。 事件現場に残された足跡やタイヤのあとを当てたり、指紋を探したり体験もでき 子供も楽しめる。5分と時間制限ありですが、子供が警察のコスプレに興じることもできる。 無料でこんなに充実してるなんて、オススメ。 Somewhere in between Tokyo station and Yurakucho station. 'Pato car' police's car is parked in ftont of a narrow building. On the 1st floor, kids can enjoy 'cosplay' of police, and its maybe a good photo spot for kids and parents. Entire building upto fifth floor is the museum, and each floor has theme of the exhibition related to Japanese police. You can take foot print, finger print quiz etc. Unbelievabley, its free admin.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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TourismDr! wrote a review Nov 2019
Greensborough, Australia42 contributions24 helpful votes
Great for kids and those interested in police culture and history. There is an entrance fee and together with the bakery and ice cream parlors nearby, makes for an inexpensive visit.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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auntieadriene wrote a review Nov 2019
singapore106 contributions122 helpful votes
This is a great quick stop for parents to motivate young children through the shopping at ginza. It’s at the edge of the famous shopping street and very accessible by train. It is free and very compact. But their exhibits were educational and well thought out. A lovely way to spend an hour or so. Even if most of it was in Japanese the children were still able to enjoy themselves. A highlight was the 2nd level interactive display screens of various crime scenarios with catchy mottos for children to bear in mind.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Thomas S wrote a review Oct 2019
Agoura Hills, California931 contributions312 helpful votes
stumbled upon this place walking to and from Ginza to Tokyo Station. Quick, interesting little visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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