KidZania, the global chain of theme parks where children take on adult work roles, is coming to London next year. Michael Booth visited the Tokyo version with his two sons
My eldest son, aged seven, is examining a crime scene with his new colleagues. A stolen wallet has been found, and they must trace the owner. The mood is solemn, intense.
Meanwhile, across the street, my youngest, aged four, is busy making pizza. He is bursting with can-do pride, but trying to look as though he does this kind of thing every day.