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Edo zone

Walk across the Nihonbashi Bridge to enter the Edo Zone. Here you find how the city of Edo was built, see the people in their daily life, and learn about the industries and cultural activities through original exhibits, scale models and panels. Click the image to enlarge size.


Nihonbashi_bridge   Life in the row houses   The west side of Ryogoku bridge
Nihonbashi_bridge   Life in the row houses   The west side of
Ryogoku bridge
       
Kabuki theater (Nakamuraza)        
Kabuki theater (Nakamuraza)        

Tokyo zone

After the Meiji Restoration,Tokyo has experienced the industrial revolution, the Great Kanto Earthquake, and the air raids. The city has grown into a great metropolis. Notable scenes from changing lifestyle and culture are reproduced in this zone. Click the image to enlarge size.


The Choya Newspaper company The Rokumeikan Model-A Ford
The Choya
Newspaper company
  The Rokumeikan   Model-A Ford
       
Semi-European Style House        
Semi-European Style House        

Fun exhibit


Life-size exhibits

Slip into a historical scene by placing yourself among life-size replicated exhibits.You can touch, ride, or examine some of the exhibits. Click the image to enlarge size.


Rickshaw Gold Coin Chest Mailbox
Rickshaw   Gold Coin Chest   Mailbox

Hands-on exhibits

Learn about some items through the sense of touch. Also enjoy the sounds of traditional artisans at work and Western musical instruments and phonographs imported to Japan. Click the image to enlarge size.


Ryounkaku Buildign Ukiyo-e Ordinary-type Bicycle
Ryounkaku Building   Ukiyo-e   Ordinary-type Bicycle

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