The Edo-Tokyo Museum is currently closed for renovations.
Because we cannot currently accommodate visitors, our curators will instead visit your cities to tell you about the history and culture of Edo-Tokyo.
※All areas in the Tokyo metropolitan area (including island areas) are eligible.
A workshop-style program that offers hands-on experience with tools that were used in daily life and various items that convey the culture of Edo-Tokyo.
We will work with you to design a program that meets your needs, whether it be for a class, a training program, or as part of an event.
Duration: 30 minutes - 1 hour
Maximum number of participants per program: About 30 participants
Panels, models, replicas, etc., will be exhibited in line with themes ranging from the Edo Period to the modern era.
Exhibition commentary and workshops are also available upon request.
Example Venues: Exhibition rooms in community centers, multipurpose rooms in schools, entrance hall, etc.
Duration of Exhibition: About 1 day - 1 month *Will require one day before and after the exhibition for set-up/removal work respectively
Video content and other materials are available for rent.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo Museum was opened in 1993 and has been in operation for about 30 years. During this time, the museum's facilities and equipment have deteriorated over the years, and the museum will be closed for major renovations, including a complete renewal of equipment and facilities.