This museum was really cool, although to enjoy it you definitely need at least some knowledge of kanji, and Japanese as well. I don't speak Japanese, but my wife and her friend do, which allowed me to enjoy the museum anyway. It is designed for Japanese students, so there are many interactive exhibits showing the development and history of Kanji. The signs are only in Japanese, although many of the staff speak excellent English. If you don't know anything about Kanji, this isn't the place for you, but for those interested in it and with some knowledge of Japanese, it's worth a visit.