The Japan Football Museum was founded in 2002 to commemorate the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Various materials are on display spanning a wide range of historical highlights, from the genesis of football in Japan, to Samurai Blue (Japan's national football team) qualifying for six consecutive FIFA World Cups, Nadeshiko Japan (Japan's national women's football team) and their journey to becoming FIFA Women's World Cup champions, and the state of football in Japan today. Other display highlights include trophies won by our pioneers, numerous FIFA Fair Play Awards, and the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup championship trophy won by the Nadeshiko Japan women's team in Germany.
Other features include an area where guests can experience super play in 3D, uniforms worn by Japanese players through the years, a FIFA World Cup replica trophy that guests can touch, and lots more.
We host various events and special exhibitions throughout the year as well. Look for football athletes of your country who played Japan in a match.
JFA HOUSE, Football Ave.(3-10-15, Hongo),Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo, 113-8311
- Nearest Station
･ JR Chuo Main Line
･ Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
･ JR Sobu Line
7 minutes on foot
- Phone Number
Our staff may only be able to communicate in Japanese.
Tuesday 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Wednesday 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Thursday 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Friday 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Weekends & Holidays 10:00am - 6:00pm
Special Opening Day 10:00am-6:00pm（Last admission 5:30pm）* Last entry permitted 30 minutes prior to closing.*Hours of operation may vary with events*Changes with the season
*Closes the following day when a regular closing day and national holiday coincide
*Open when a regular closing day coincides with a national holiday
*May be temporarily closed.
*Closed other days as set by facility
- 200 JPY - 500 JPY
- Public Site
- Official Site
- Foreign Language Pamphlets
Further Facilities & Services
- Baggage Room
- Children Allowed
- Washroom: available
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