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東京消防庁

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Life Safety Learning Centers

The Life Safety Learning Center is the facility where you can experience earthquake shaking, smoke, initial firefighting, first aid, etc. in a tour style. There you can enhance your disaster preparedness with instructors. Visit the Life Safety Learning Center, and learn how to act calmly in emergencies.

池袋防災館 外観

Ikebukuro Life Safety Learning Center

Location:
2-37-8 Nishi Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Phone:
03-3590-6565
Closed Days:
: the first and third Tuesdays and the following day of the third Tuesday of every month and the period from December 29 to January 3.
※Fridays: Open until 9:00 p.m.
ナイトツアー体験
Nighttime tour
Ikebukur Life Safety Learning Center Homepage 池袋防災館ホームページ QRコード
本所防災館 外観

Honjo Life Safety Learning Center

Location:
4-6-6 Yokokawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Phone:
03-3621-0119
Closed Days:
:Wednesdays, the third Thursday (If these days fall on national holidays, the Center will be closed on the following days.), and the period from December 29 to January 3.
リアルな暴風雨を体験
Realistic storms and rains
Honjou Life Safety Learning Center Homepage 本所防災館ホームページ QRコード
立川防災館 外観

Tachikawa Life Safety Learning Center

Location:
1156-1 Izumicho, Tachikawa-shi, Tokyo
Phone:
042-521-1119
Closed Days:
Thursdays. the third Friday (If these days fall on national holidays, the Center will be closed on the following days.), and the period from December 29 to January 3.
日常生活事故防止コーナー
Prevention of Accidents in Everyday Life Section
Tachikawa Life Safety Learning Center Homepage 立川防災館ホームページ QRコード

※Opening Hours of the Centers:9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission free.

※We accept walk-in appointments. Please be advised, however, that we may be unable to meet your request in some cases because of excessive reservations.
Reservation in advance is therefore recommended.

Fire Museum

  • 消防博物館 外観 Fire Museum
  • クラシックカー Classic Car
  • ショーステージ(消防活動のしくみ) Show Stage (Firefighting Activities)

The Fire Museum exhibits the fire service history of old days: Edo era picture scrolls and nishikie (colored woodblock prints), Taisho era fire vehicles, the latest firefighting equipment, etc.

We offer in-house guided tours for adults and children from 1:45 p.m. They help you develop your knowledge about Japan' s fire service.

Location:
3-10 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
(Get off at Yotsuya 3-chome Station on the Marunouchi Line.(Exit 2))
Phone:
03-3353-9119
Opening Hours:
9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Admission free.)
Closed Days:
Mondays (If they fall on national holidays, the Museum will be closed on the following days.) and the period from December 29 to January 3.

(GRANTED)Trip Adviser Certificate of Excellence 2018

Fire Museum Homepage 消防博物館ホームページ QRコード

Contact Information

Residents’Consultation

The TFD has the“ residents' consultation window" in the PR Section of the HQ, fire stations, fire station divisions, and fire station branches. We ask you for your opinions and requests.

Public Relations Section: Public Counseling Branch
Phone:
03-3121-2111 ext.2325
FAX:
03-3212-1027
E-mail:
tfdinfo@tfd.metro.tokyo.jp

Opening Hours: 8:30 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. on weekdays.

Closed Days:Weekends, national holidays, and the period from December 29 to January 3.

Disaster Infomation Guide

23wards
03-3212-2119
Tama area
042-521-2119

24-hour service

Fire Prevention(Fire Protection Management)Call Center

As an efficient work supporter, the Center answers the questions about training courses, fire/disaster protection manager appointment reporting, private fire brigade training, and so on.

Phone
03-3253-0119

(Weekdays: 9:00 a.m.−5:00 p.m.)

Fire Station Contact

電話でも!ネットでも!#7119

“Do I need an ambulance now?”…”Should I go to the hospital right now?” You may not be sure what to do. The Center’s EMS advice team (made up of doctors, nurses, former ambulance members, etc.) can help you any time.

The Center ensures both the quality of medical advice and smooth management in cooperation with the Tokyo Medical Association, EMS doctors, and the Bureau of Social Welfare and Public Health of Tokyo.

  • 電話で相談 #7119
  • ネットで相談 #7119

The Tokyo Private Ambulance Call Center Helps You When You Have No Access to the Hospital

サポートCab イラスト

The Center helps“ non-emergency” people got hospital, enter/leave the hospital, or change hospitals. Please call the Center when you have no access to the hospital.

The Center can inform you of paid transportation service: the private sector ambulance service (for bed-ridden and/or wheelchair people) or the support cab system.

民間救急やサポートCabのご案内は東京民間救急コールセンターへ

VOLUNTEER FIRE CORPS...We Want You

Volunteer fire corps members are the part-time civil servants who turn out to disasters. They have their own regular job, but in an emergency they join fire station personnel for firefighting and rescue work. In addition, they give fire and disaster prevention guidance and first aid advice to community residents.

Various members, such as company employees, shop workers, students, housewives, protect their community.

Who can join?
  • ・At/over age 18 and in healthy condition
  • ・Resident, worker or student in the local community
首都東京を守る消防団

If you join…

When you join the volunteer fire corps, you can receive services at shops (stores, electrics stores, restaurants, beauty salons, supermarkets, etc.) registered in the support business.

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