When: 05/05/14: All Day
Where: Edo Open-Air Architectural Museum, 3-7-1 Sakuracho
If you still haven’t visited the Edo-Tokyo Open-Air Architectural Museum, you are missing out on one of the most unique museums in Tokyo. Even though it’s a bit out of the way for many of us, those interested in Japanese history and getting to know it better through historical architecture will find the journey more than worthwhile. The concept is quite unique as the museum is actually outdoors, and it’s located right in the magnificent Koganei park. For Children’s Day (which incidentally falls in the midst of Golden Week), the museum has lots of activities for kids, such as games straight from the Edo era and a small petting zoo.
Children’s Day at the Open-Air Architectural Museum
More information: http://tatemonoen.jp/english/index.html
How much: ¥400/¥320 (university students)/ ¥200 (HS, JHS and over 65)
Image: “都電” by Yasunari(康就) Nakamura(中村)/Flickr