Edo-Tokyo Museum

This museum, located in the historic sumo district of Ryogoku, has a vast permanent exhibition of 100,000 square feet displaying urban Tokyo life from the early 1600s onwards. Guided tours are available in English, Chinese, Korean, German, French, Spanish and Japanese. Special exhibitions are held regularly.

 

Image: Kakidai via Wikicommons under CC

Address: 1-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida-ku

Website: www.edo-tokyo-museum.or.jp/en

Tel: 03-3626-9974

There are no discount coupons for this location available at the moment, but please make sure to join our mailing list to receive the latest offers and discounts for locations all over Tokyo.

You may also like

Sake Drinking for a Modern Era: Four New Ways to Enjoy the Traditional Drink

Founded in Nishinomiya, Hyogo Prefecture in 1662, Hakushika (which means…

The Best Sake of 2018: Winners of the Sake Competition Announced

As with 2017’s Sake Competition, sake aficionados and novices alike…

Sanagi Shinjuku Features Limited Asian Food Stall Event

Sanagi Shinjuku, the hip foodie spot that combines events, cuisine…

Savor Kyoto’s Traditional Cuisine and Tea Ceremony at Shimogamo Saryo

Visit Shimogamo Saryo in Kyoto or Tokyo to experience traditional…

Have a Cow at Yakiniku Ushimitsu Ichimon Meguro

Grilled meat restaurant Yakiniku Ushimitsu Ichimon Meguro is celebrating its…

Westin Tokyo Hotel Offers Cheese Dessert Buffet This July

From July 2 to 31, head to Westin Tokyo Hotel…

View Comments

Powered by ENGAWA K.K.


© 2017 Tokyo Weekender - All rights reserved