Tokyo National Museum The Heiseikan, Tokyo

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Tokyo National Museum The Heiseikan, a house for Japan’s archaeological discoveries, depicts everyday life from ancient to pre-modern times. The museum showcases a collection of pottery and talismans displays, prehistoric craftsmanship, and toolmaking with information provided in several languages. Reach the second floor to find a gallery dedicated to special temporary exhibits. Built in 1993 to commemorate the crown prince's wedding, the building adjoins the Tokyo National Museum. The site features a souvenir shop, auditorium, and cafe. Before you head to Tokyo, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Tokyo itinerary planning app, to make sure you see all that Tokyo has to offer, including Tokyo National Museum The Heiseikan.
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  • The entry to this extension of the Tokyo National Museum was included in the fee. It is well worth a visit to the Heiseikan if you have enough time and energy. The main museum took up a good...  more »
  • If you love exploring about history, knowing about other culture and other's lifestyle, then this museum is for you. A wide range of things to discover, and it could take you the whole day...  more »

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