Area: Ueno

Tokyo National Museum

The Tokyo National Museum, built in 1872, is a museum filled with historical artifacts and works of art not only from Japan but parts of Asia as well. This museum boasts over 110,000 pieces of cultural treasures, including items like kimonos and samurai swords from centuries ago. Most of the displays have English descriptions, so foreign visitors too can learn about Japanese history while visiting this museum.

Basic Information

Address
13-9 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Phone
03-5777-8600
Hours
9:30a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Closed
Mondays (Tuesdays if Monday is a national holiday)
Fee
Adults: ¥620
University students: ¥410 
High/junior high/elementary school students: Free
Persons under 18 and over 70: Free

*Group discounts available for groups of 20 or more people
Credit Card
Visa, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, Diners, DISCOVER, Union Pay
Guide
Available in English twice every month

Access

  • FromShinjuku Station
    【Shinjuku Sta.】JR Yamanote Line / for Ikebukuro
    →【Ueno Sta.】from the Ueno Park Exit → about a 10-minute walk
  • FromTokyo Station
    【Tokyo Sta.】JR Yamanote Line / for Ueno
    →【Ueno Sta.】from the Ueno Park Exit → about a 10-minute walk
  • FromNarita Airport
    【Narita Airport Sta.】Keisei Line / for Keisei Ueno
    →【Keisei Ueno Sta.】from the Main Exit → about a 15-minute walk
  • FromHaneda Airport
    【Haneda Airport Sta.】Tokyo Monorail / for Hamamatsucho
    →【Hamamatsucho Sta.】JR Keihintohoku Line / for Tokyo
    →【Ueno Sta.】from the Ueno Park Exit → about a 10-minute walk
Area: Ueno

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