地下鉄博物館

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  • Address: Japan, 〒134-0084 Tōkyō-to, Edogawa-ku, Higashikasai, 6 Chome−3−3番1号
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Tags: Museums

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  • 地下鉄博物館 Address: Japan, 〒134-0084 Tōkyō-to, Edogawa-ku, Higashikasai, 6 Chome−3−3番1号
  • 地下鉄博物館 Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
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  • 5.88% of people who visit Edogawa include 地下鉄博物館 in their plan

  • 50% of people start their 地下鉄博物館 visit around 2 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see 地下鉄博物館

Tuesday and Saturday

95% of people prefer walking in order to reach 地下鉄博物館

People normally club together 6 Chome-22-18 Nishikasai and Business Hotel Sannex Funabori while planning their visit to 地下鉄博物館.

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地下鉄博物館 Reviews & Ratings

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  • Inexpensive entry and a fun hands on outing for kids. The museum was an easy walk from the metro, and was very accessible. For a couple hundred yen, you can purchase a passport book and collect stamps around the museum. This is a great place to hang indoors during the hot summer months.

  • A must see while in Tokyo for any train enthusiast! Nice rolling stock and objects. The information is mostly in English. Great times in the simulators with the help of a friendly staff!

  • Tokyo sports fast and efficient subway 🚊, bus 🚌, and taxi 🚕 Service in the world. All are very clean and safe. This museum serves as a shrine to those services. Ask about the history of the bullet train.

  • I didn’t even know I wanted to go here but found it while wandering around Kasai while figuring out how to get to the airport. It goes over the history of Japanese metro and is largely in English which made it enjoyable for me. There are simulators and archived stuff from the various history of this enormous metro undertaking. At 200 ish yen it was a great place to spend an hour or so!

  • Fun, interactive, staff are friendly and speaks enough English to provide guidance re: using the train conductor simulator. The exhibits include English descriptions and audio guide via QR code available. Model trains are operational in the museum. Brief history, motors, development, and braking systems are covered. Washrooms are clean, breastfeeding room available, very child friendly. Access to the museum is via Kasai station platform 2 on Tozai line. Option to purchase a small passport (210 yen) for stamping available train information inside the museum. Vending machines with cafeteria available inside the museum.

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