this is my second time here but it's still as great or even more (since there were a special exhibition and a featured exhibition at the same time then) even if you don't like history, go give this museum a try cause it has a...More
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I was very impressed by the amount of material covered in this collection and the attention to detail put into the displays. Upon entering the museum, you cross a life-size replica of the Nihonbashi, overlooking a life-size replica of the facade of the Nakamuraza kabuki...More
This is only 1 of 3 museums I went to in Tokyo, but it was the best one because I learned the most. This gives you A LOT of detail into Japanese society in the middle ages and after, as well as specific info on...More
We took the complimentary guided tour - which is provided by volunteers at the museum. It was really excellent. The guides seem to be able to tailor the tour to your timeframe in the 1-2 hour region. We ended up spending the full 2 hours...More
Loved this museum. Had special exhibit areas & normal museum. Details move from Edo base for reign over Japan to Tokyo modern day. Lots of displays - both historical & interactive. Easy to walk round with access to guide headphones but displays do have a...More
Interesting museum capturing the history of Tokyo. Although there are audioguides, I would recommend joining one of the other language tours if you don't speak Japanese. As expected, the depiction of WWII was minimalists and very one sided.
informative but kinda boring... it was really interesting for the first 30min but i soon lost intersst as there was not much variation in displays.
Truly a must to learn the history and culture of Japan. We have been there three times, learn something new each visit. Great for young and old, very informative, wonderful facility. We spend most of the day, then walk by the sumo museum next door.
A great way to spend a few hours. You could probably spend even longer but we were getting tired by the time we made it to this museum late afternoon. It was fun wandering around and admiring the replica buildings and there was enough information...More