|Good luck with that!|
- Give your address the Japanese way: city, ward, street address and house or apartment number.
- Give a nearby landmark for reference - train station or store.
- Give your name.
- Give your telephone number.
On this list, they also have an Emergency Medical Interpretation Service. This is for when communication problems would otherwise prevent institutions from providing emergency care to foreign nationals. And as far as the police are concerned, just remember that their focus is on the traffic accident, robbery and ALTERCATIONS. After having lived there, I can only look back and truly think this is code or translation for public drunkenness.
Finally because I love to end on a high note, if you were to consider living in Japan and you are from the United States. Their Fire and Ambulance emergency number nationwide is 1-1-9. Yep, the backwards version of ours. Arigatougozaimasu!
P.S. Tokyo Doko translated really is Tokyo Where. I added the question mark.