Have you ever heard the name of the manga writers who is the one of the most famous in Japan, Fujiko-F-Fujio? Yes, he definitely created heroes for all Japanese kids. He produced his most famous work, Doraemon, about 40 years ago and is still popular among all young and old people all over the world. His hometown Kawasaki built a museum for him and his work. You can see plenty of his work and feel his sense of humor at this museum. If you are a fan of anime or modern Japanese culture, you must visit this museum and feel the history of Japanese animation world. You will never be bored in here.
The museum is located approximately 35min away from Tokyo station by train. The closest station to the museum is Noborito station (Odakyu line or JR Nanbu line) where you will then hop onto a shuttle bus to the museum.
Once you book your tickets and specify which entrance time you prefer, we will send you the shuttle bus times relevant to you. The museum has tape recorder kits in English, Chinese, and Korean, so don’t worry if you don’t understand any Japanese.
There are 4 entrance times each day: 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 4pm and children 3 years old and younger are free admission. You can have look original pictures also for other Fujiko’s animations. There are museum shop and café, so all generations can be enjoyed! Interesting? Please check it out!
1000yen(adults) 700yen(students) 500yen(kids) free(under 3years old)