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Edo-Tokyo Museum

Edo-Tokyo MuseumEdo-Tokyo Museum is the museum introducing and displaying history and culture of Edo and Tokyo, and is founded in 1993.
It is located just east next to Ryogoku Kokugikan arena.

There are "Edo Zone" and "Tokyo Zone" as permanent exhibition room.
In Edo Zone, we can see the model of a town in Edo Period (1603-1868) and understand the life and commercial activity in that time.
In Tokyo Zone, we can understand of the life in Meiji, Taisho and Showa Period (1868-1989).

Additionally there are the full-sized restored models such as Nihonbashi bridge and Nakamura-za Kabuki theater.

Edo-Tokyo Museum official website

How to get to here

By JR or subway

  • About 3 minutes walk from Ryogoku station (JR Sobu Line / Toei Ooedo Line).

By Tokyo Shitamachi Bus

  • Get off at Toei-Ryogoku-ekimae stop. From Tokyo station, about 45 minutes.



Edo-Tokyo Museum
Model of Edo town in Edo-Tokyo Museum
Model of Tokyo in Meiji Period in Edo-Tokyo Meseum
Restored model of Nihonbashi
Restored model of Kabuki theater


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