Found a photo of my touring toolkit from Alice trip last year. Pedal is because I removed it to fit bike in box, not because I carry a spare. Mirror ditto. But chain joining links, two puncture kits, 15mm spanner cut down, 10mm spanner, spare QRs because I've seen too many bend or break, and also in case I have to put my bike into a shop (remove pitlocks, insert normal QRS... or shop will ring and complain). Pitlock is likewise removed only for packing bike.
Also, proper allen keys because assembling a bike with a multitool sucks.
nah, putting tubes in with greasy tools and chain lube is asking for trouble. Chainbreak is in photo. Spoke key not necessary with 406 wheels, in my experience.
By the time you've broken spokes you've normally also destroyed the rim or hub. I rode about 10,000km with a broken spoke in my front wheel once because I couldn't be bothered fixing it. Eventually another one broke so I respoked the wheel. Hub dyno, disk brakes, 406 wheel with 36 spokes... not easy to damage it
L shaped tool for the bloody Rohloff weird bolts that I can't find non-star replacements for (they're an M4x8mm countersink head cap screw or something similar)
@PeteH take my said with a grain of humour! This is pretty obvious that all the mentioned things are just another incarnation of populism. Yet this is interesting how Tokyo cities fight for citizens - they make new and new liberal populistic laws to attract more taxpayers. So far my city has population density of 14679 people per square km which means the city government is doing their job in attracting, I am only wondering where do they all live here...