Opening Hours 9.30am – 5.30pm (Saturdays 9.30am–7.30pm) Closed on Mondays (Tuesday when Monday falls on a holiday)
Edo-Tokyo Museum is dedicated to preserve and reflect the history, and culture of Tokyo from pre-modern times to the present. The permanent exhibition area displays a wide range of replicas that vividly show the reality of Edo-Tokyo lifestyle. It features life-size models of Nihombashi Bridge, miniature Edo streetscapes and drama theatre in the Edo period. Other displays and materials include ukiyoe paintings, kimonos, and daily household items that encase the charm of Tokyo culture. With ample replicas, you will need plenty of time to visit the museum.
Transport Ryogoku Station, west exit (3-minute walk)
Ryogoku Station exit A4 (One-minute walk)
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