Edo-Tokyo Museum

Edo-Tokyo museum was established in 1993 as a facility to preserve and learn about the historic and cultural heritage of Edo-Tokyo.

The museum chronologically presents the history and culture of Edo-Tokyo from the Edo period through modern Tokyo.

When visitors enter the museum, they catch sight of a life-sized replica of the Nihonbashi Bridge that they then cross over.

The fifth and sixth floors host the permanent exh1Ytions, the key spaces constituting the heart of the museum, which are mainly divided into two zones, Edo and Tokyo.

Next there is the Nakamura-za, one of the three main kabuki theaters of the Edo period, and the Daimyo-yashiki, or residences Of a feudal lord.

Edo-Tokyo Museum Address :
1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida, Tokyo 130-0015 TEL : 03-3626-9974

3-minute walk from West Exit of Ryogoku Station, JR Sobu Line

The admission fee for the permanent exhibition
General 600Yen

Over 65 years old 300Yen

College Students  480Yen

High school Students & Junior high school Students (Not from Tokyo) 300Yen

Primary School Students & Preschool Children & Junior high school Students (from Tokyo) Free

Opening hours:09:30〜17:30
Closed: Mondays
Please see the Edo-Tokyo Museum Website  to check the schedule.
Edo-Tokyo Museum Website