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Edo Shitamachi Traditional Crafts Museum

Traditional industries have been popular in the Taito District from old times, and many craftsmen ar...

Address : Taito-ku

Edo-Tokyo Museum

A museum that hands down the history and cultures of Edo and Tokyo to modern people. Exhibitions inc...

Address : Sumida-ku

Tokyo Yuzen Workshop Kyoubi

The workshop produces Tokyo Tegaki-yuzen style kimono and obi sash. For the purpose of spreading tra...

Address : Shinjuku-ku

Tanaka Sudare Inc.

Tanaka Sudare Inc. is a studio of Tokyo traditional crafts “Edo Sudare” (Edo-style screens or blinds...

Address : Taito-ku

Tokyo Kimono Dye Museum

In a Tokyo dye shop founded more than 140 years ago, visitors can observe the actual scene of dyeing...

Address : Shinjuku-ku

Futaba-en

Some-no-Sato Futaba-en founded in 1920 is a dye studio that continues to dye Edo Komon and Edo Saras...

Address : Shinjuku-ku

Sumo Museum

The museum gathers and preserves a wide range of materials on the history of sumo, from woodblock pr...

Address : Sumida-ku

The Shitamachi Museum

The museum showcases the history and life in shitamachi (downtown). On the first floor, there is a r...

Address : Taito-ku

Sugino Costume Museum

The museum was born in 1957 as the first museum centered on the theme of costume. It preserves, rese...

Address : Shinagawa-ku

Hakuyosha Tamagawa Plant

One of the biggest cleaning factories in Japan. Visitors can observe large-sized washing machines, p...

Address : Ota-ku

Honda Theater

The theater was opened by Kazuo Honda on November 3, 1982. There are 386 seats, and the theater repr...

Address : Setagaya-ku

LUMINE THE YOSHIMOTO

A comedy theater managed by Yoshimoto Creative Agency (Yoshimoto Kogyo until September 2007), close ...

Address : Shinjuku-ku