The Tokyo Fire Museum is a historical tourist attraction that you can visit in Tokyo. This alternative tourist spot is free of charge, free or free. As the name implies, the museum is of course attached to all aspects of the fire and how to deal with it. Maybe you did not expect that the modern and sophisticated city of Tokyo was often devoured by the red rooster. When a fire broke out in the past, Tokyo often experienced fires, countless how many buildings had been lost. Fires occur not only because of the vulnerability of the city to being hit by a fire because there are triggers such as typhoons and tsunami earthquakes, also due to the high population density so that the fire easily spreads in a crowded place.
Therefore, the Tokyo Fire Museum was established with the aim of capturing various moments of these great fires. At the same time also explain how to fight it effectively. The existence of this museum can also be used to provide learning to the next generation on how to deal with the fire disaster. The museum itself consists of 10 floors and 1 basement. Inside there are two floors that cannot be accessed by the members and public, namely the 2nd and 8th floors. When visiting here, you will be immediately greeted by a mascot museum, Fire-kun who has an anime character wearing an identical costume of a fire officer.
Here also visitors can see the exhibition of fire engines which last operated in 1982. On the basement floor there are various exhibitions around the fire engine. As is known that in Tokyo, fire engines have been known since 1917 ago. Since then, the development of the car model has been very rapid. Interesting all information and description about the development and various features in the fire engine can be seen in this museum. You can also find various collections of fire photographs here.
Check out the experience of a man and his family who just visited this place! Children love it & it’s free. My niece likes everything about firefighters and they like this place! Located in the fire station building, entrance tickets are free and there are different exhibits on each floor. The roof has a real helicopter that can be climbed by children. There are ancient fire trucks, 500-year history of firefighting exhibitions in Japan, firefighter costumes for kids to take photos, and even firefighting arcade games with long queues.