About Fire Museum Tokyo
The Fire Museum is officially called the Tokyo Fire Department Fire and Disaster Prevention Resource Center. The museum opened on December 3, 1992, as a public relations and educational facility that provides a complete picture of firefighting, which promotes safety and security in Tokyo.
Admission is free, even though there are many hands-on activities. It is very nice for families with children or large families.
Open daily from 9.30-17.00
Closed: Every Monday, September 1st, October 1st, December 28th to January 4th
How to get there
Take the Tokyo Metro and get off at “Yotsuya Sanchome Station”, exit 2 is the closest.
The Fire Museum has 10 floors
The first fire engine in Tokyo in 1917 is displayed
Introduction of firefighting knowledge and firefighting equipment
History of firefighting development
Introduction to firefighting in the Edo period
6F Special exhibition – actually I don’t understand what it is
Lounge, there is a drink vending machine, you can look at the scenery, you can bring a meal here to eat, but you must take away your own garbage