Japanese police
Chiyoda-ku Kasumigaseki.
  • I watched that antenna on TV.
  • That is the Metropolitan Police Department.
  • And.
  • This building is the National Police Agency.
  • Once again please.
  • That is the Metropolitan Police Department.
  • This is the National Police Agency.
  • What is the difference?
  • National Police Agency is the police of Japan.
  • Metropolitan Police Department is the police of Tokyo.
  • What is the police of Saitama?
  • Saitama Prefectural Police Headquarters.
  • What about Kanagawa?
  • Kanagawa Prefectural Police Headquarters.
  • What about Aichi?
  • Hey you.
  • Why is not Tokyo Prefectural Police Headquarters?
  • Tokyo takes on different responsibilities.
  • For example?
  • The Imperial Palace is in Tokyo.
  • The government offices gather in Tokyo.
  • The embassy is in Tokyo, too.
  • Responsibility of the Metropolitan Police Department is heavy.
  • The organization Established in 1874.
  • They fought against Takamori Saigou by the Southwestern Rebellion.
  • Was The Tokyo Police the armed forces?
  • There was a civil war in old days in Japan.
  • They needed to have a strong weapon.
  • Were the police and the armed forces on good terms?
  • They are on bad terms with each other in Meiji Era.
  • If soldiers violates traffic regulations, what would they do?
  • A military policeman punishes it.
  • How about now?
  • I have not heard the collision of the Self-Defense Forces and the police.
  • But police organizations don't get along with each other.
  • The army and the navy were on bad terms with each other in old days.
  • They want outstanding job.
  • I talk about the job with a informant at Tokyo Station.