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Take a Trip Back to the Edo Period

Edo-Tokyo Museum is an impressive location that houses extensive recreations of Edo-period scenes and detailed exhibits meant to give you a sense of what life would have been like in the Edo era.

At the entrance to the museum is a complete replica of the Nihonbashi bridge, and crossing it to the main exhibits is like going back in time. Peek into intricate miniatures and take pictures with life-size replicationns of iconic buildings for an educational and engaging experience.

Tickets are 600 yen, and you’ll get 20 percent off a ticket to the Sumida Hokusai Museum with your purchase.

(Source: Japan Travel by NAVITIME)

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Address:
Edo-Tokyo Museum, 1 Chome-4-1 Yokoami, Sumida City, Tokyo, Japan

Phone Number:
+81 3-3626-9974

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

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  • Bryan Teo

    The museum was a very eye-opening experience! At only 600 yen, you get to enter and learn about the detailed history of Tokyo and understand their lives in the past. Very interactive and the miniatures look amazing. Took the family about 2 hours to finish viewing all the exhibits. Can't miss this!

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