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Fujiko F Fujio Museum

2-8-1, Nagao, Tama-ku, Kawasaki 214-0023, Kanagawa Prefecture
+81 570-055-245
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A must for doraemon fans!!!!!

i expected this museum to be just for kids, but turned out to be much more. I've grown up reading... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2015
muffadee
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Vancouver, Canada
More for children or true Manga fans!

We took a bus from the Noborito train station to the museum. It is always difficult to know and... read more

Reviewed August 17, 2015
Len H
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Stockholm, Sweden
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2-8-1, Nagao, Tama-ku, Kawasaki 214-0023, Kanagawa Prefecture
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Reviewed October 4, 2015

i expected this museum to be just for kids, but turned out to be much more. I've grown up reading and watching doraemon. Just the washroom signs with the characters were enough to make me go ooh and ahh. the audio guide was very helpful...More

1  Thank muffadee
Reviewed August 17, 2015

We took a bus from the Noborito train station to the museum. It is always difficult to know and find the right bus because everything is in Japanese. We asked around a bit and then we found a direct bus to the museum. We stood...More

1  Thank Len H
Reviewed August 13, 2015

The proud museum of Japanese people when they can shift the manga's status into piece of art. Well done to these amazing people! The museum is so well documented and interactive with passionated audiences.

1  Thank DahnW
Reviewed August 12, 2015

I was grown up with Doraemon, Nobita, Shizuka, Jaian, Suneo and their journeys. For me they are not just characters from manga/animation. They are my childhood. When I knew about the existence of this museum in Japan, I was very very eager to go there....More

2  Thank STNguyen
Reviewed August 9, 2015

The museum exhibits Fujiko F Fujio's hard work and his passion in creating Doraemon, Q-Taro and Perman cartoon series. It shows his artworks and stories how he started his manga series. Very interesting! Audio guide in different languages is provided. We too had a lot...More

Thank iLoveTravel_CH
Reviewed July 31, 2015 via mobile

This is a great place to visit if your child is a big fan of animation. Although it's a bit far from the center of Tokyo, the entire journey inside will be worth your time and efforts.

Thank Min C
Reviewed July 29, 2015

There's english audio guide available. I don't find it extremely interesting unless you are a huge Doraemon fan. there are exhibits of the comics drawn by the artist and his life story. at the end there is a short movie entirely in japanese as well....More

1  Thank B_rendayy
Reviewed July 20, 2015

Love, Love, love it!! Don't care what you want to call the blue cute Ding Dong, Doraemon, QQ, whatever, just so cool! We all grow up with him, at different stages of his life, he will be forever loved. 1st section is Mr Fujiko Fujio's...More

1  Thank Linda R
Reviewed July 7, 2015

i had a wonderful opportunity of going to japan last year! and i intentionally included Fujiko F Fujio Museum in my itinerary. we went there i'm expecting to see DORAEMON, i mean more Doraemon! and Doraemon is the main selling point but there are other...More

Thank ryandgreat
Reviewed June 6, 2015 via mobile

I grew up watching Q太郎. It's the predecessor of Doraemon. I used to doodle the character during class and got into many trouble. When I decided to go to Tokyo for a week with my family, we just had to go to visit the museum....More

1  Thank RossOntario
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Astey L
March 19, 2017|
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Online reservation if you know Japanese is possible with credit card and collection is at lawsons. my only doubt is that non-Japan issued cards may not be accepted.
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November 12, 2016|
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I stayed in Komae. From Komae station, using Odakyu Line train, stop at Noborito Station. Walk down the escalator, turn left about 3 minutes and you will see bus stop in front of a restaurant. Dont forget to buy the entrance... More
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Phebelim
December 28, 2015|
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Response from STNguyen | Reviewed this property |
Hi Phebelim, this museum is located in Kawasaki, a neighbouring city of Tokyo to the south. You can take a train on Odakyu line from Shinjuku station, the train go directly to Noboriko station in around 30-35 mins. From... More
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