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Bureau of Port and Harbor
On November 16, the Port of Tokyo Security Committee and the Port of Tokyo Border Crisis Management Team conducted a joint 2022 anti-terrorism drill at the Tokyo International Cruise Terminal in the area in front of Tokyo International Cruise Wharf (Koto City).
A vessel belonging to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Port and Harbor informed the Port Crisis Officer of the Port of Tokyo that a suspicious small ship approaching from the sea was entering the restricted area and approaching the wharf while passengers were disembarking from a foreign cruise ship docked at the Tokyo International Cruise Wharf. The Port of Tokyo Crisis Management Team organizations[Note] engaged in a joint response with 67 participants.
[Note] Tokyo Regional Immigration Services Bureau, Tokyo Customs, Tokyo Quarantine Station, Kanto Regional Development Bureau, Kanto District Transport Bureau, Tokyo Fire Department, Tokyo Wangan Police Station, Tokyo Coast Guard Station
The maritime drill was to track down a suspicious small ship.
Training with customs detection dogs, assuming explosives were found
Immigration control officers wrestled with a suspicious person in an intense drill.
Police officers disposed of explosives.