The Edo-Tokyo Museum in Tokyo acquires and stores all kinds of materials related to the history and culture of Edo-Tokyo in order to pass them on to the future. The Museum also conducts research on a variety of information contained in these materials and presents the results in public exhibitions.
This exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to view some materials newly acquired by the Museum. In 2019–20, we successfully acquired many items for the Museum’s collection. We would like to sincerely thank all those who donated materials. Here we present some carefully selected acquisitions.
Exhibition period: Tuesday, March 9 to Sunday, May 9, 2021
Location: Edo-Tokyo Museum, Permanent Exhibition, 5th Floor Feature Exhibition Room
Phone: 03-3626-9974 (switchboard)
3-minute walk from West Exit of Ryogoku Station, JR Sobu Line
1-minute walk from A3 or A4 Exit of Ryogoku Station (Edo-Tokyo Hakubutsukan-mae), Toei Subway Oedo Line
Toei bus: 錦27, 両28, 門33, 墨38 bus routes
Sumida City circulation bus “Sumida Hyakkei Sumimarukun / Sumirinchan (Southern Route)”
Get off at “Toei Ryogoku Eki-mae (Edo-Tokyo Hakubutsukan-mae)” and walk 3 minutes.
Opening hours: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm *Admission until 30 minutes before close
Days Closed: Mondays (however, exhibition will be open April 26 and May 3)
*Some exhibits may be switched out during the exhibition period.
*Please be aware that the exhibition period, opening hours, admission fees, and various discount services may change depending on the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check the latest information on the Museum’s website before visiting.
|Admission fee (incl. tax)|
|University & technical school students||480 yen|
|Junior high school students (from outside Tokyo), high school students, those aged 65 years and older||300 yen|
|Elementary & junior high school students (from Tokyo)||Free of charge|
*The parentheses ( ) indicate group rates for 20 or more people.
*The permanent exhibition admission fee is free in the following cases. Preschool children. Anyone who has a physical disability certificate, intellectual disability certificate, rehabilitation certificate, mental health and welfare certificate, or an official designation as an atomic bomb survivor, as well as their attending caregivers (up to two people).
*Junior high school, high school, university, and technical school students are required to present a student ID card, and those aged 65 and over are required to present proof of age (health insurance card, driver’s license, etc.).
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.