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Kamakura Museum of Literature

Kamakura Museum of Literature

4.4/517 Reviews
Art Museum
Museum
Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum

Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum

4.6/5198 Reviews
Museum
11:00-22:00 (the last order is 30 minutes before closing) (Local time)
The Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum is a must-see for people who like ramen. This unique museum truly reproduces the scene of the street when the sun sets in the 1958. The city is full of style and nostalgia. Here, you can not only learn about the history of ramen in Japan, the types of Japanese ramen in different periods, but also taste the authentic ramen of famous restaurants in Japan.
Ghibli Museum

Ghibli Museum

4.7/5715 Reviews
Art Gallery
10:00-18:00. Closed:every Tuesday, except on these Tuesdays (2019: March 26,April 30, August 13, October 22, December 24) (Local time)
Located in a western portion of Tokyo, the Ghibli Museum is dedicated to showcasing the work of the Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli. Designed by Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki, the museum is heavily influenced by European architectural styles. Miyazaki used film storyboards to sketch out a plan inspired by locations such as the hilltop village of Calcata in Italy. Full of everything related to Ghibli animations, visitors can not only take a look at the animation buildings, they can also see original Ghibli works and other animation materials. The museum’s souvenir shop and themed restaurant are also very popular.
Kitakamakura Yoshomei Museum

Kitakamakura Yoshomei Museum

5/52 Reviews
Art Gallery
Tokyo National Museum

Tokyo National Museum

4.5/5306 Reviews
Museum
9:30 to 17:00 (until 20:00 on most Fridays, until 18:00 on most weekends and holidays). Special exhibitions may have longer opening hours on selected days. Admission ends 30 minutes before closing.Closed: Mondays (or the following day if Monday is a holiday), New Year holidays. (Local time)
Located inside Ueno Park, the Tokyo National Museum is the oldest Japanese national museum, the largest art museum in Japan, and one of the largest art museums in the world. Tokyo National Museum holds over 110,000 objects, including a comprehensive collection of art works and archaeological objects of Asia, with a particular focus on Japan. There are restaurants and shops within the museum's premises, as well as outdoor exhibitions and a garden where visitors can enjoy seasonal views. Tokyo National Museum is a highly regarded museum and one visitors to Tokyo will not want to miss.
National Museum of Western Art

National Museum of Western Art

4.5/5102 Reviews
Art Gallery
Miraikan

Miraikan

4.4/5421 Reviews
Exhibition Hall
Monday-Sunday 10:00-17:00 (Admission ticket sales end 30 minutes before the closing time of the museum). (Local time)
Miraikan is Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation. Located in Tokyo’s Odaiba District, it is an eye-opening facility that provides people with a chance to enjoy hands-on contact with science and technology. Miraikan's colorful line-up of offerings includes experienced based classes and talks, in addition to museum-style exhibits. Miraikan aims to be a place for specialists and the general public to gather and engage in dialogue on issues such as climate change, a decline in biodiversity, food issues, natural disasters, and infectious diseases. The museum building is lauded for its architectural design and the overall experience offers something for everyone.
Fujiko F Fujio Museum

Fujiko F Fujio Museum

4.7/5464 Reviews
Museum
Fujiko Fujio is the creator of Doraemon, an acclaimed Japanese manga series. His wife established Fujiko F Fujio Museum. The museum houses valuable original rough sketches and videos, items used by Fujiko while creating, a full-scale workbench and outdoor sets reflecting various scenes in the manga.
Edo-Tokyo Museum

Edo-Tokyo Museum

4.4/5172 Reviews
Museum
9:30 to 17:30 (until 19:30 on Saturdays); Admission ends 30 minutes before closing. Closed:Mondays (or following day if Monday is a public holiday), New Year holidays (Local time)
The Edo-Tokyo Museum is dedicated to preserving and displaying the history of Tokyo during the Edo period. Opened in March, 1993, the museum is housed in a unique building modeled after an elevated-floor type warehouse. Since opening it has been a landmark and popular tourist attraction. The Edo-Tokyo Museum aims to pass on to future generations the history and culture of Edo-Tokyo through the collection of related materials, the holding of exhibitions, and the preservation of a collection of about 590,000 items. Tokyo is a city with a long history and certainly anyone interested in this will want to visit the Edo-Tokyo Museum.
MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless

MORI Building DIGITAL ART MUSEUM: teamLab Borderless

4.8/5163 Reviews
Art Museum
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