Explore Edo Tokyo Open Air Museum

Explore Edo Tokyo Open Air Museum

There are few cities in every country which are popular in the whole world. Tokyo is one of the biggest cities in the world.  A large number of tourists visit here every year to view the attractions the city has to offer. If you are a history student and want to learn about the past of any city, the best way to do is visiting a museum. Tokyo city has several museums. Each museum offers historical details about a specific point about the city. If you are in the city, you should visit a museum, the best being Edo Tokyo Open Air Museum

Open Air Museum

As Tokyo is a vast city, it is difficult for a visitor to see all the attractions of the city. The purpose of this article is to guide you about a unique place in the Western part of Tokyo, the open-air museum.

This museum has a wide range of historical buildings in ancient Tokyo. The buildings which you can see here in the open-air museum didn’t survive the earthquakes, wars and fires. So, the management of the museum had an aim to preserve their history by reconstructing those buildings. 

A high number of the buildings which you can see here in the building are from 1868-1912. The other attractions that you can see here in the museum are a police box, multiple shops, public bathhouse, farmhouse and a former residence of a politician. 

The museum is a top attraction in the city. It allows visitors to see the buildings from a different era of Japanese history. The environment and the buildings in the museum describe details about the Japanese culture and what they have been through before thriving as a nation. You won’t find such elegant and classic information about the city anywhere else in Tokyo. 




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Map: https://goo.gl/maps/4QGmxreZARegVraq6

Access: 10 mins on foot from Musashi-Koganei Station

Hours: 9:30-17:30

Closed: Monday

Website: https://www.tatemonoen.jp/

Price: Check Website