Tokyo Fire Museum
Learn About Fire and Disaster Preventions at the Fire Museum
The Fire Museum was opened on December 3rd of 1992 as a public relations and educational facility that helps visitors understand the firefighting that helps protect Tokyo and keep it secure. The museum’s official name is “Tokyo Fire Department Fire and Disaster Data Center.”
The museum features a diorama that recreates fire-fighting efforts in the Edo period, as well as an exhibit of once-active fire engines. Visitors can even get into the helicopter exhibit installed outside.
You can see Shinjuku, Roppongi Hills, and on clear days even Mt. Fuji from the Disaster Prevention Lounge located on the 10th floor.
Learn about the process of firefighting, which changes over time.
Original goods are sold in the museum shop.
Voiced guide equipment available for rent. (Available in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean)
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 3-10 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Every Monday (open on public holidays, but instead closed the following day), year-end and New Year’s holidays (December 29th-January 3rd)
※Open September 1st, October 1st, and January 17th
- Business Hours
- Directly connected to Exit 2 of the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line’s Yotsuya-sanchome Station
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)