Good reenactment of a kabuki theater with diaramas of old Japanese villages. Ok..but not a must see.
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We arrived at 10 am and it was perfect. As soon as you enter there are free guides my recommendation is to ask for a guide. The person that have us the tour knew everything and explained the most important things if you asked something...More
One of the most informative and interesting museums I have visited - exceeded a lot of my expectations. The most essential recommendation I have for foreign tourists is to arrive as early as possible (10-11am) and ask for a volunteer guide as only a limited...More
The fifth and sixth floors of the museum contain a very detailed exhibit of Japanese history from the Tokugawa period to present, while the first floor exhibit changes periodically; both exhibits are great presentations of Japanese history. The English speaking volunteer guide we had was...More
Very informative museum about the history of Tokyo and how life used to be, they have scale and full size models of houses depicting everyday life. Spend about 2 hours here to take everything in, my personal favourite was the timeline and how japan has...More
If you are interested in the history of Tokyo, then you must go this museum. It is very informative and the displays and exhibits are wonderful. You get an insight as to how people in tokyo lived.
This is a great exhibition of how people have lived, their homes, their surroundings etc. It is situated in a large building which accommodates large crowds without it seeming to be claustrophobic. Will close for renovations in November 2017 for how long ? A must...More
The place was a very well put together museum. It had a lot of interesting artifacts and explanations for the city of Tokyo when it was Edo and its modernization. Thankfully I got an audio guide so I could actually follow along because most of...More