Within easy access to Tokyo, the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum offers an off-the-beaten-track look at Japanese culture. The Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum was established in 1993 by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. Despite its young age, the museum serves as a cultural center with centuries-old buildings relocated and preserved on the museum grounds. Spend hours exploring historical buildings and discover the cultural heritage beneath their walls.
Visitors can see scenes from daily life in the Edo Period as well as architectural remains and restored buildings. The museum also hosts seasonal events that bring traditional Japanese history to life. When you need a break, check out the Museum Shop and Cafe, or grab something to eat at the old warehouse-style Restaurant Kura or the Cafe Musashino Sabo located in the restored "House de George Lalande."
Discounts available for students, senior citizens