The museum is small (what isn't in Japan?), but accurately presents a slice of Tokyo history that can't be seen without a great deal of searching.
What I really appreciated was being able to enter each of the display rooms and touch the contents. Lots of fun, and quite unusual for a museum, which tend to be "hands off".
Constructed in 1958, the Tokyo Tower soars 332 meters (1092 feet) in the sky, which is 13 meters (42 feet)
higher than the Eiffel Tower. There are two observatories from which to get panoramic views of Tokyo and Mount ...
Founded in 1926, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum displays a wide range of Japanese art forms in its six huge
galleries. Apart from organizing exhibitions of traditional Japanese crafts, graphic design, and calligraphy by contemporary Japanese artists, the museum ...