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Welcome to the Edo-Tokyo Museum

The Edo-Tokyo Museum was founded on March 28,1993,as a facility to preserve the historical heritage of Edo-Tokyo.

The Edo-Tokyo Museum will be closed from December 1,2014 until March 27, 2015 due to repair works.
However the special exhibition "Explore! Experience! Edo-Tokyo" will be held from December 1, 2014 until March 8, 2015 at the special exhibition gallery of 1st floor in the museum.

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Permanent Exhibition(5th and 6th floor)

  Upon crossing a replica of the “Nihonbashi” Bridge, one enters the Edo-Tokyo Museum permanent exhibit from1590, when Tokugawa Ieyasu first built Edo, (renamed Tokyo at meiji Era) the Edo-Tokyo area has enjoyed a long 400 years history.

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Friday, Sunday(9:30−17:30)
*Entry is permitted until 30 minutes before closing.

*If a public holiday, the following day will be closed instead.
Year End and New Year Holiday

Admission Fee
Permanent exhibition
People aged 65 or over:300yen
University Students:480yen
Students(Junior high school & High school):300yen
Under Junior high school:Free
*Extra fee required for special exhibition.

Edo-Tokyo Museum
1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0015

Edo-Tokyo Museum
  Special Exhibition(1st floor)    

■A Special Exhibition Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo Olympics and the Bullet Train

Dates:Sep30, 2014 - Nov16, 2014


  Train Map of Central Tokyo
Train Map of Central Tokyo

JR Ryogoku Station、3-min. walk from West exit or Toei Oedo Line Ryogoku Station, 1-min. walk from exit A4