Fukagawa Edo Museum

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Experience the Edo Period

The Fukagawa Edo Museum is a Tokyo museum that recreates what life looked like during Japan's Edo Period. The museum features a large hall with replicas of houses, inns, shops, and a watchtower all from the Edo Period. There is a great level of detail that is involved with each of the replicas, to provide an authentic feel. The day's operate in 45 minute cycles, including a rising and setting sun. The museum also adjusts to the various seasons, featuring cherry blossoms in the Spring or rain during the rainy-season. The museum's village is designed for guests to freely walk into each part of the town, to see what Edo looked like through various statuses and perspectives. There is also a video that provides more detail about the Edo Period for museum guests to enjoy, in between visiting the town's attractions.

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Experience the Edo Period

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Museum shows how the 15th century village of Edo grew to be Tokyo

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