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It's the place to go!
They got a replica of the Nihon bashi brigde, a reproduction of a scene from a kabuki piece and most of all, a copy of the Edo castle! Which is really impressive.
You will learn everything you have to know...More
My flight was delayed by 6 hours. Instead of waiting at the airport, we went to the Edo-Tokyo Museum. What a wonderful surprise! Very well done, captivating yet relaxing experience. It was only a 600 yen, but if you pick up a free "Tokyo Travel...More
A well laid out and presented museum in a large new building, covering the history oh Tokyo from a holding of a local Daimyo, to a Shogun capital to the modern Megacity. If you want to know and understand this history then this museum will...More
An amazing structure that has been renovated, located 9Now 5th and 6th floors where it looks like there is nothing between t(e massive terrace on the 3rd and the museum proper on the upper floors. Museum exhibits are good with audio guide a little dry...More
We had an amazing free guide, with the best English ever. No accent. She gave us a wonderful 2.5 hour tour of the museum. We were so impressed and learned so much that day. The museum itself is fantastic, so much to learn and see...More
This is one of the best museums my husband and I have ever visited - its incredibly well thought through, with lots to see, read and do.
We spent several hours at this museum so it is most definitely worth the entry price.
You have to free yourself for the whole day if possible as there is alot to explore. If you know nothing about Japan hit there to learn and explore more about each era. The museum is so engaging in so many ways, you get to...More
What a great day here!
Terrific displays inside spacious and beautifully detailed exhibition halls. We really appreciated the information about the Tokyo bombing campaign by the US. And alarmed by it.
The interactivity of some displays were excellent also.
A must for a Tokyo visitor....More