Museum in The Chiyoda area
Bunkyo Museum opened in April 1991. Bunkyo Ward has a long and rich history as it is known for Yayoi pottery. In the Edo period (1603-1868), samurai residences, temples and shrines, and townhouses developed in the area, forming a unique industry and culture. In the Meiji era (1868-1912), the University of Tokyo and many other schools were established, and famous literary figures such as Mori Ogai and Higuchi Ichiyo used the area as a base for their activities, laying the foundation for a literary and educational town. The Bunkyo Furusato Rekishi Kan (Bunkyo Furusato History Museum) helps to convey the history and cultural assets of Bunkyo Ward to people of all ages, allowing them to come into contact with them and deepen their love and interest in their hometown.
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From 10:00 to 17:00
Closed on Mondays
Note:Closed on the 4th Tuesday of each month (unless this falls on public holiday when the venue will open, but closed on the following day), Closed during the New Year holidays.
Adults ¥100, Junior High School Students and under, Seniors over 65, Persons with Disability Certificates + 1 Companion free. Special Exhibition Fees may be charged separately.
Address: 4-9-29 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033
Phone: 03-3818-7221 Fax: 03-3818-7210
5 minute walk from Hongo-sanchome Station on the Marunouchi or Toei Oedo line, 5 minute walk from exit A2 at Kasuga Station on the Toei Mita and Toei Oedo lines.