The 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.
- 1-3-1 Nihonbashi-Hongokucho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
- 9:30-16:30 (Last admission at 16:00)
- Admission Fee
- 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.
- Taking photographs, drinking, eating and smoking are prohibited
- 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.
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