[Seichi junrei]Kochi kame:Tokyo Beat Cops
Written by aki
I took a walk around Kameari Station, the setting of the very famous Japanese manga “Kochi kame: Tokyo Beat Cops”!
JR Kameari station is full of photo spots, including bronze statues of Kochi kame characters and manholes!
Let’s talk about it right away.
Go to the north exit of Kameari Station
Getting off the train at Kameari Station, I first went to the north exit.
Next, I went to Kameari Park.
I found a statue of Ryosan with a piece!
I tried to take a rest on a bench, but to my surprise, there was a statue of Ryosan here as well.
I took a break with Ryosan.
After a short walk, I found a statue of Ryosan in a salute pose.
You might want to sit in the chair next to it and take a picture with it!
Go to the south exit of Kameari Station
I then went to the south exit of the station.
“Welcome to Kameari!” was written on a signboard. There may be some foreign fans.
Statue of Ryosan dancing the samba. It is unique.
This is a statue of Ryosan as a boy.
There is a map nearby so you can check the location of other statues.
Finally, take a commemorative photo with the character.
It took about an hour to walk slowly. It was like a stamp rally.
Look for manholes with Kochi kame characters!
There are 6 manholes with Kochi kame characters near JR Kameari Station.
I also looked for it.
I even got a manhole card!
It seems that manhole cards can be obtained at the following locations.
Weekdays & Saturdays
YU-road service counter
3-21-6 Kameari, Katsushika-ku(MAP)
Weekdays 12:00 – 19:00, Saturdays 10:00 – 16:00
Sundays & Holidays
Katsushika Iseya Kameari Honten
3-32-1 Kameari, Katsushika-ku(MAP)
8:30 a.m. – 7:50 p.m.
*Distribution may be suspended or times may change depending on the situation.
Please check the Katsushika Ward website before you go.