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What’s Edo Tokyo Museum?

Edo Tokyo Museum is a museum which you can know the lives of people

from Edo period to Syowa period (from 1603 to 1989).

Whether it is sunny or rain, both adults and children can enjoy it.

You have perhaps heard Samurai or Ninja, but I think you don’t have a chance

to know the lives of general people.

Edo period is an interesting time because a lot of cultures were developed.

To know the lives of general people means to know the real history of Japan.

After Edo period was ended, Japan developed rapidly.

How did they develop?

What did it happen?

How did people live the time?

It’s show time of time travel!
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Highlight

Nihonbashi bridge

Just after you enter the museum, you across Nihonbashi bridge

which used be located in the center of Edo.

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Miniature Edo Town

To know the lives of people in Edo period, there are miniature buildings and people of some parts of Edo town.

They are delicate objects.

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This photo of Edo-Tokyo Museum is courtesy of TripAdvisor

Activity Corner

When you walk through the museum, you can sometimes find activity corner.

What’s the tools?

Please make sure when you visit!

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Music Show

Music show is sometimes held.

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Food Info

Near Edo Tokyo Museum, there are some Japanese specific restaurants.

Chanko-Nabe is a dish for Sumo Wrestlers.

This museum is located near Sumo stadium, Ryogoku Kokugikan,
so you can try Chanko-Nabe near the museum.
Info about Chanko restaurant.

Sumojaya Chanko Edosawa Tokyo Sohonten

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Guide Booking

If you need a help, our guide can.
Also our guide will make your trip amazing!
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How to get the nearest station?

The nearest station is Ryogoku station.

From Shinjuku station

From Shinjuku st to Ryogoku st : JR Chuosobu Line Local

From Asakusa station 

From Asakusa st to Asakusabashi st: Toei Asakusa Line

From Asakusabashi st to Ryogoku st :  JR Chuosobu Line Local

From Narita Airport

From Narita Airport to Asakusabasi st: Keisei Main Line Express

From Asakusabashi st to Ryogoku st :  JR Chuosobu Line Local

 

I recommend you to use the Route App.↓

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Hotel Info

There are some hotels near Ryogoku station.
Ryogoku View Hotel

Pearl Hotel Ryogoku

Web Hotel Tokyo Asakusabashi

Dai-ichi Hotel Ryogoku

Belmont Hotel

Hostel Info

Anne Hostel Yokozuna

Anne Hostel

Tokyo Sumidagawa Youth Hostel