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Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

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Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

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It's a bit off the beaten path and if you take the train, you need to take another bus to get there. It is a nice break though from the usual crowds of tourists at Asakusa, shopping at Shibuya or Harajuku or the Skytree. This is set in the middle of a park and gives you an
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We (family of 2 boomers and 3 x 20 somethings) spent a cold gray December Friday here but were warmed by the friendly English speaking volunteers who explained points of interest while we sat around the hearth fires in the traditional Japanese houses. Not to mention the hearty
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A very underrated museum. Its popularity does not seem to match its greatness. Most people do not know about this place, hence the almost zero crowd. While it's a good thing for me personally, it deserves more recognition. The buildings are attractive, the guides are very
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Went there with my family that included one toddler. It was very accessible from Tokyo city center by public transportation and the museum entrance was easy to find from the bus stop. The museum itself has souvenir shop and 2 restaurants inside, but when I was there, the one
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As open air museums like this go, this ranks as one of the best. Essentially there are about 30 homes or business buildings that have been relocated to this spot that can can be viewed by a visitor. Each building had its own guide, all of which spoke English the day we
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