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Edo Tokyo Hakubutsukan


Edo Tokyo Hakubutsukan (The Edo Tokyo Museum) present information about Tokyo. The political nerve center of Japan for 400 years, Tokyo was formerly known as Edo. The exhibition space is divided into an Edo Zone, Tokyo Zone, and Comprehensive History Zone, and displays around 2,500 items. They include ukiyo-e woodblock prints depicting the manners and customs of earlier times, clothes, and old maps. There are also more than 50 large-scale models. Visitors can learn about various aspects of the city and see how everyday life has changed.


Address: 1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Admission Fee: 600 yen
Closed: Mondays (If Monday is a national holiday,the following day), New Years holidays (Dec. 28-Jan. 1)

[Rail]JR Tokyo Stn./JR Yamanote Line/3-min. ride/Akihabara Stn./JR Sobu Line/4-min. ride/Ryogoku Stn./3-min. walk

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