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It is a museum of our bank.
You can learn about history and culture.
Elementary and junior high school students come to visit. Of course it is for their study.
Of course, adults can also enjoy the museum.
The unique one is a souvenir corner....More
I am no economist but I do love a good central bank museum. The Bank of Japan was no exception and offers a wealth of information about Japanese history inside its small display. The security staff at the entry were helpful in giving me an...More
I love these kinds of things so I was expecting to find it interesting, but my mum (who I’d dragged along with me) also found it very interesting which was totally unexpected! The entire exhibition is in one room but there are a huge number...More
It s small but interesting and you can bank notes from all around the world. The Japanese part is very interesting but deserve more translations. It s only one movie with English subtitles and one if room.
Although many of the exhibits are not in English, they have an large collection of contemporary world currency that is fun to look at. Some of the historical information was very interesting and it was great to see currency we had read about. They even...More
This place is free, so it fits everyone's budget. It's relatively easy to find (near tokyo station). And, it's has some special qualities. Start the tour by watching the short video. If you want to see it with English subtitles, punch the #2 button. The...More
It's good to have reliable selection of itenirary tour package suited to any group of people may it be solo, family or two heads for easy budgeting. The necessity of it allows anyone to persee the best they can get out of their savings.
A free museum. I was greeted by a lady with a folder containing information in English so understanding what was on display was not a problem. Plenty to see if you are interested in how money developed in Japan. Lots of gold coins and tokens....More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular