Edo-Tokyo Museum

Recommended
The spectacular Edo-Tokyo Museum, whose design is inspired by the traditional Japanese rice loft, is home to a striking depiction of the history of Tokyo over the centuries. A fascinating journey through time with painstaking reproductions of homes of samurai and craftsmen, replicas of a kabuki theatre, the old red-light district and emblematic landmarks such as Nihonbashi Bridge. A lively museum that provides a fine introduction to the city of Tokyo, or Edo as it used to be called.

Useful information

Address : 

Yokohami - Sumida-ku 1-4-1 Tokyo

Price:

600 ¥

Opening hours

9.30am-5.30pm, Sat 9.30am-7.30pm - closed Mon

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