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The price of admission was 600 yen or 300 for people over age 65. The small replicas of Edo towns were brilliant. Excellent overview of culture and history. 3 floors of exhibits. Small display on WW2, I was hoping to see more coverage on the...More
We visited here a few days after we visited Tokyo Edo museum. The concept is similar, but this one has been open good 20 years or more before Tokyo Edo was open, I suspect that this place was the inspiration for the big museum. Unlike...More
My seven year old daughter and I had a wonderful couple of hours exploring this recreation of an Edo-era village. Our guide was very kind and knowledgeable, and after a helpful little tour we were left to explore the town ourselves. You can touch and...More
When i visited this place it was an eye opener into the everday life of Edo people, our guide Mr Hiroshi Otaka was excellent and full of knowledge,gave us a great tour with a very friendly and professional tour.
Relatively speaking, this part of the city is much less popular than the city center. But if you are in the area, this museum is a must do and represented a much-appreciated change of pace during my trip to Tokyo. As others have mentioned, the...More
The museum is a short walk from the Fukugawa Fudodo, making it a great oportunity to visit two attractions on the same day. For a small fee, you can experience what a Edo period village might have looked like. The museum is so detailed and...More
The museum is a realistic model of a few streets as they looked like during Edo period (a cat on a roof is included). You can enter the houses and touch everything. The best part - there were volunteering guides. One of them gave me...More
My girls (4&6) could not get enough of this museum—they loved exploring the town, opening drawers in every room, hiding from the “rainstorm” that periodically appeared, etc. etc.
Honestly, one of the best museums I’ve seen for kids this age (and interesting for me as...More
This museum is complimentary to the Edo-Tokyo museum and as they are not far away I would recommend to combine the visit the same day. We also got a volunteer guide here and the experience was great. The museum is smaller than the Edo-Tokyo one...More
This museum was our kids favorite activity in Tokyo. Its a fun recreation of an Edo village. We were surprised at how quiet the museum was, but very much enjoyed the fact that we got our own personal tour guide who walked us through the...More