Various travel modes are displayed, including steam locomotives, bicycles, and even a mock-up of a Japan Air Lines passenger ... More
Various travel modes are displayed, including steam locomotives, bicycles, and even a mock-up of a Japan Air Lines passenger cabin. Children will enjoy the experience of being a "conductor" on Japan Railways' Yamanote circle route. Horse-drawn carriages, coal-powered taxis and steel-wheeled cycles are just a few of the treats in store here. Many displays are "hands on" items. On the fourth floor, snacks can be eaten in a train dining-car.
Shinkansens, royal trains, cars, airplanes. This museum has got things to sit on, ride on, and generally explore. Located near Kanda station we drove and didn't have any trouble parking. Great day out for the pre-school boy with a love of all things that move.
The transport Museum is relitively easy to find it being close to Kanda station. The kids can get hands-on with many of the exhibits. There is a cheap museum car park right outside. Our kids really enjoyed it.
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