Currency Museum Bank of Japan
(c) Bank of JapanThe Currency Museum was opened in November 1985 by Bank of Japan. It is on display about 4,000 representative currency items and exhibits a history of currency.
Address: 1-3-1 Nihonbashi-Hongokucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Hours open to visitors: 9:30-16:30 (Last admission at 16:00)
Admission Fee: Free
How to apply: Groups of more than 20 people are required to make reservations in advance by phone.
The reservations are accepted 3 months before the visiting day.
Restrictions to be observed at factories: Taking photographs, drinking, eating and smoking are prohibited
Closed: Mondays (except National holidays), Jan. 1-4, Dec. 29-31
The museum may be closed due to display changes, so please check the website for more details.
Directions: 1 min. walk from Exit B1 of Mitsukoshi-mae Station on Hanzomon Line
2 min. walk from Exit A5 of Mitsukoshi-mae Station on Ginza Line
6 min. walk from Exit A1 of Nihonbashi Station on Tozai Line
10 min. walk from Exit B8a of Otemachi Station on Tozai Line
8 min. walk from Nihonbashi Exit of JR Tokyo Station