There is a small but very real Edo town. I entered some houses and enjoyed imaging life of Edo. Guides answer your questions.
About Fukagawa Edo Museum
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We were lucky to be introduced to this history folks museum by our Japanese friends who breath and live in Tokyo!!! We were entertained by a volunteered guide who spoke quite good English to explain to us the history behind the idea of this museum....More
This place is huge and amazing. Lots of artifacts, miniature replicas of structures and towns from the EDO period are displayed here.
Nearest Train station is Kiyosumi-shirakawa Station (清澄白河駅) . Please exit from A3 and got elevator reach the street level . Inside train station got some displays / information on Fukagawa Edo Museum . I never know what is that cat name ( Mamesuke , cat...More
This museum was very good! You can go through it within an hour. There is English headsets available, and you can take photos in there. Be careful not to even eat a breathmint; we got scolding for doing so. The gift shop there has cute...More
This museum provides an amazing look back at Tokyo before it was Tokyo. The museum participates in the free in-language tour program, which definitely enhances the experience.
This was my daughter's favorite stop on our trip to Japan. This is the second of three local history museums built in the 80s/90s. (Shitamachi and the Edo Museum are the other two). The medium size means that there is a lot to do and...More
You will know how Japanese lived during EDO era about 150 years ago. It is very interesting to visit this place.
A very cool but small museum, filled with some delightful exhibits and some pretty big ones. Combine this with the sumo museum which is a stone throw away from here and free.
It is worth to visit just spending 400¥. You can study about town planning, life_style, business, transportation of middle class people at Edo era in Fukagawa area. There has a seven kinds of animals. You can enjoy for finding them , like game or adventure....More