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Japan is filled with numerous museums covering a wide variety of subjects, from the traditional and contemporary Japanese arts to historical museums based on war, samurai, and Japanese history. Art museums are often filled with breathtaking collections paintings, sculptures, gardens, kimono and fabric, and more created by Japanese artists, as well as Western and foreign artists. Historic museums share the history of Japan and the hardships overcome by the Japanese. Japan is also home to a number of war peace museums which spread the message of world peace through displays and exhibits on the public horrors of war.
In addition to traditional museums, Japan offers a wide variety of unique museums that cater to tourist interests. The famous Ghibli Museum is perfect for fans of Hayao Miyazaki's anime films, a standard on all of Japan Deluxe Tour's anime tours. Learn about ramen culture and create your own Cup Noodles at the Cup Noodles Museum, or discover the history of Toyota, one of the world's leading automakers, at the Toyota Aichi Museum. No matter where your small group tour ends up in Japan, there's bound to be a museum to make your vacation go from
Amazing during your next Japan tour.
Museum Designed by Studio Ghibli director Hayao Miyazaki in Tokyo
Contemporary Art Museum in Roppongi Hills of Tokyo
Museum shows how the 15th century village of Edo grew to be Tokyo
Japanese traditional form of decorative little stabs.
Preserve a wide range of sumo materials - Banzuke, Aprons
The Samurai Museum is the ideal destination for the samurai aficionado.
Museum offers a historic overview on Japanese animation.
The Fukagawa Edo Museum is a museum that recreates Japan's Edo Period.
Tokyo Museum home to 45,000 parasites on display
Museum displaying 6,000 picture books and original sketches
Features ukiyoe works by famous painter Katsushika Hokusai
Japanese mansion and beautiful garden
About Aizu's history with sake brewing and the process of making sake
Museum displaying beautifully crafted kimono
Museum displaying unique doll works of Atae Yuki
World's First Food-Themed Amusement Park
First Open-Air Museum in Japan, Picasso Pavilion and Foot-Bath Hot-Spring
Antique and Modern Venetian Glass Museum
Interactive Museum on Cup Noodles Where You Can Make Your Original Cup Noodle
Museum dedicated to the history of the Japanese who migrated to North and South America.
Composed of a Museum, Tea House and Garden
Old English feel museum about the history and culture of teddy bears from around the world
Extensive Art Museum blended seamlessly with Hakone's forest
Dye Your Own Shibori
One of Japan's Largest Open Air Museums, Over 60 Buildings from that period
Museum exhibits the history and making of Toyota
The World's Largest Planetarium
Exhibition of Japanese traditional art crafts, Kutaniyaki
Great museum to view works of acclaimed contemporary artists
The museum of the history and process of railways in Saitama
One of the Three Largest Dinosaur Museum in the World
Japanese Bridal Curtain Museum
Beautiful museum designed by I. M. Pei & known for its seamless integration with nature
Kawashima Selkon Textile museum exhibiting various works produced by the company and historic textile artifacts
Learn about sake brewing and its history then taste traditional sake
The largest collection of manga in the world
Shibori is the method of dyeing cloths.
Museum dedicated to preserving Kyoto's traditional and cultural works of art
Displays works of Buddhist art, scrolls, statues, paintings and more
Ninja museum displaying ninja tactics and weapons
In-depth history for guests about the various brewing, traditions, and significance about sake.
Museum in Tottori dedicated to Nijisseiki Pears
Museum displaying amazing sand sculptures by international sculptors
Japan's oldest Western art museum displaying all kinds of artwork
Museum on hardships and contributions made by emigrants in Hawaii
Comprehensive science museum resembling a space station
Museum of remembrance of Nagasaki atomic bombing victims
Open air museum with art hall by works of international artists
Museum displaying great selection of towels and artwork from towels
Recreation of Hokkaido in the Meiji to Showa Period
Museum dedicated to Drift-Ice & Okhotsk Sea Life
The First & Oldest Beer Brewery in Sapporo, Hokkaido
Display the tangible and intangible cultural assets of the Ainu in Hokkaido
One of the largest museum shops in Japan featuring music boxes in Hokkaido
Ski Jump Stadium exhibits of historic Olympic medalists
Museum filled with Ainu History
One of the best single malt whiskies in the world, Hokkaido Whisky