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Nikon Museum

2-15-3 Konan | Shinagawa Intercity C Bldg 2F, Minato 108-6290, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 3-6433-3900
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Great Little Museum

Easy walk from Shinagawa Station. Really cool to see all the cameras. Very polite staff. A couple... read more

Reviewed April 26, 2018
JMS
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Sacramento, CA
Nikon fan need to go

more than hundred of camera and lens,and it show beside camera,it has other field for nikon... read more

Reviewed February 7, 2018
tereence783
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Montreal, Canada
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“camera” (9 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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2-15-3 Konan | Shinagawa Intercity C Bldg 2F, Minato 108-6290, Tokyo Prefecture
Shinagawa, Gotanda
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Reviewed 26 April 2018

Easy walk from Shinagawa Station. Really cool to see all the cameras. Very polite staff. A couple of nice films to watch. Spent about an hour. My mother enjoyed it even though se is not a photographer.

Thank JMS
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Reviewed 7 February 2018

more than hundred of camera and lens,and it show beside camera,it has other field for nikon company,you can stay there a day

Thank tereence783
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Reviewed 22 October 2017

I heard about this place from an optical engineer colleague during a short weekend stay in Tokyo, so I had to see it! It turned out to be smaller than I expected, but still very interesting. I'd love to see them add more detailed design...More

Thank J S
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Reviewed 15 September 2017

I did, what was supposed to have been a quick solo, side trip during our Japan trip. I spent 2 hours+ in the museum, which is small. Much of the time spent watching the David Douglas Duncan films, which were very enlightening. I also recommend...More

Thank Richard S
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Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

I found this museum accidently and I was amaze by their display, even though I didn't know much about camera but I was entertaining. Love it.

Thank DyahIsnaemi
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Reviewed 8 March 2017

Finally, Nikon has a museum that shows the history of Nikon. For Nikon fans this is must see! One can see almost every camera and lenses that Nikon made. It is easy to get to. I found it enjoyable as Nikon is one of the...More

Thank JAYDenver
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Reviewed 30 January 2017 via mobile

If you are a Nikon aficionado....A must do in Tokyo. You will see ALL camera by Nikon and it's 100 year history. 2017 is the centenary year. You can see the latest technology by Nikon.

Thank Dhashaka S
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Reviewed 17 November 2016 via mobile

Went in for free and spent over an hour reading about Nikon's heritage and history. Worth it for any camera buff and enough items of interest for spouses too.

Thank Hash C
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Reviewed 8 November 2016

Full Nikon camera range on display from range finder to Nikon F to todays Nikon D5. Technology behind how the lenses are made to cut-out displays of cameras are exhibited. Industrial uses are also explained along the way. It is well worth the visit.

Thank Sam K
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Reviewed 25 May 2016

I had high hopes to visit this place - I work in biomedical imaging field and was really looking forward to visiting this place but it turned out to be closed on Sundays. This information wasn't listed on TA or the English version of the...More

1  Thank MarcinNI
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