Fukagawa Edo Museum
Fukagawa Edo Museum
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Sophia Teng
Houston, TX168 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Alene
Edo period is a very important time for the development of Tokyo. Although this is not a big museum, it reconstructed a community with different types of houses that existed in the Edo period. When I went, there were MANY tour guides who were more than willing to tell me everything I wanted to know about the buildings/trade/attire of the people who lived in that period.

Two guides who accompanied me even invited me to enter the exhibitory houses and look at many household items as they explain to me the what they were used for. I only had one day in Tokyo at the time and didn't have enough time to visit the bridges and underground tunnels of Tokyo. But I felt this place gave me a glance of Tokyo before it was modernized with roads and bridges.

I stayed here for only 2 hrs but felt I could've stayed longer if I didn't have a completely packed schedule.

This museum is about 5 min walking distance from the subway station and is located in a very quiet neighborhood.
Skrevet 1. juli 2024
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mamajax24
Fort Lee, NJ199 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Par
This museum is very interesting place, it give you an inside of how people lived in the Edo period. The museum set up houses and business of that period. They have tour guides who speak many language so they can explain the lifestyle.
Skrevet 4. juni 2024
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jeky
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5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Familie
I first visited here more than 30 years ago. This time I brought my children with me, and I was surprised that the Edo tenements were smaller than I had imagined. You can enjoy the Edo atmosphere together with the Basho Memorial Museum and Kiyosumi Garden, and since it is a cultural facility in Koto Ward, the admission fee is also reasonable. It is small, so you can browse at your leisure.
Skrevet 24. april 2024
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Jeff B
Seattle, WA1 148 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
nov. 2023 • Par
We 2 visited for an hour on a Sunday afternoon in Dec. Exceeded expectations, but one needs to understand Japanese (or be accompanied by someone who does) in order to have a complete experience.

Lifesize reproductions of Edo-era buildings in the neighborhood located near the Museum along the Sumida River. Brochures with limited descriptions in several languages. There are no explanatory panels in the exhibit, but instead there are several passionate people dressed in period clothing who explain the details of the buildings and the lives of the people who lived in Edo. NOTE that these explanations are in Japanese. Examples of interesting things we learned are that the population was 60% male, the rice storage tower was built to be highly fire-resistant - while the buildings around it would have burned down several times, and the water from wells along the Sumida River was salty so well water was used primarily for cleaning purposes (clothes, etc) while drinking water had to be purchased daily.

Fun and informative.
Skrevet 24. desember 2023
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David N
Hawthorne, CA5 045 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2023 • Venner
This is a very interesting museum depicting Edo (Tokyo today) in the 19th Century. It contains an entire reproduction of a village during the Tempo Period (1830 - 1844). You will see a large merchant house, vegetable store, rice store, warehouse, boathouse, fire watchtower, and row house. Docents give demonstrations and presentations of various aspects of village life as you walk through the buildings, but they were only speaking in Japanese. The reproductions are faithfully constructed using plans and techniques from the period. Every detail is authentic and they have created a very friendly atmosphere. Adult admission is cheaply priced at ¥400.
Skrevet 15. desember 2023
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Doctor_When
Droitwich, UK169 bidrag
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aug. 2023 • Par
A splendid little museum tucked away in a largely residential suburb, and well worth a visit. The recreation of the Edo-period village is a fascinating view into the era, with the buildings carefully presented. We were very lucky that one of the guides adopted us, and spoke very good English, so we got what was almost a private tour. With plenty of artefacts and stories, most of which have English translations, we thoroughly enjoyed our visit.

Lots of attention to detail, including a simulated night/day cycle, really brings the recreated building alive.

Everything is inside, and the exterior of the building belies the fabulous contents: It seems to be part of a local council building, possibly also a centre for education. We passed some very serious-looking local worthies in traditional Japanese dress who had clearly just finished an important meeting, and also a gaggle of young classical musicians... the site is clearly multi-use and quite busy.

The museum staff were all polite and welcoming (especially our lovely guide) and there's plenty to see and do. If you like your history, it's definitely worth the trek to find this gem.

NB: Public transport is easy, fast, and inexpensive - so wherever you are in the area, it's not hard to get there!
Skrevet 13. desember 2023
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Martina1888
Inverness, UK507 bidrag
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des. 2023 • Alene
I discovered this museum by chance and I'm very glad I did. If you walk through the reconstructed quarter if feels like going back in time. And there's so much attention to detail. I had an excellent guide who spoke English very well and walked me through the buildings. He showed me many things I would have otherwise missed and answered all my questions. Highly recommended.
Skrevet 5. desember 2023
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MapleLeafGirl123
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia2 341 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2023 • Familie
We have been to the Tokyo Edo museum, so this museum is tiny in comparison. But it gave the same Edo period vibe. Thirty minutes is all you need. It was a good reprieve from the heat outside.
Skrevet 1. oktober 2023
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hinahina
東京1 917 bidrag
3,0 av 5 bobler
jul. 2023 • Venner
入館料400円と割安ですが、散策ついでなら先に清澄庭園へ行くと
割引を受けることが出来ます。
券売機で項目を選択し、受付で清澄庭園の半券を使用したスタンプを
押してもらいます。
受付の方はとても親切に色々教えてくださいました。

展示物の規模は思ったよりも小さめで本格的なものを想像すると物足りません。地元小学生の社会科の授業で訪れるようなところかと、またTVの時代劇セットはこんな感じなのかなとも思いました。

30分程度で鑑賞を終えました。

Skrevet 22. juli 2023
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Itzik L
Tel Aviv, Israel4 577 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023 • Venner
EDo Culture Museum
More for children than adults.
Typical buildings of ancient Japanese culture, fishing village.
Buildings resembling stores for food and clothing
A river next to Edo style boats.
Unnecessary in my opinion
Skrevet 25. juni 2023
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