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Lost and found item culture in Japan

Augustinp

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Do you know if there is a blog, forum, online community about lost and found item in Tokyo (and in Japan generally speaking)?
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Augustinp

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Thank you WonkoTheSane. I am interested in the concept in Japan, especially in the existence of a physical community helping each other like nowhere else in the world. I was wondering if there is an equivalent online? The Tokyo Metro Lost and Found center online for exemple?
 
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I have no idea about whether there is an online community. I can say, however, after having tried to retrieve an umbrella from a station, I've learned my lesson. It would have cost me less time and effort to just work for the amount of time it would take to purchase a new umbrella.

Terribly sorry that's not very helpful.
 
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You can turn stuff over to the police too. Say if you find it on the street or where ever. They hold it for ....3 months....maybe. I forget. Afterwards you can claim it. Finders, keepers. I once found 3-4 man on the street. Not in an envelope or anything. Didn't see who dropped it. Turned it in. Filed a report on the details. No one claimed it, so I got to keep it after the holding period expired.
 

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You can turn stuff over to the police too. Say if you find it on the street or where ever. They hold it for ....3 months....maybe. I forget. Afterwards you can claim it. Finders, keepers. I once found 3-4 man on the street. Not in an envelope or anything. Didn't see who dropped it. Turned it in. Filed a report on the details. No one claimed it, so I got to keep it after the holding period expired.
Six months.
 
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