This is a museum where you can enjoy learning the 400 years of history and culture of Edo-Tokyo.
The second-oldest national museum in Japan, located in Nara Park. It boasts the nation's greatest collection of Buddhist art.
Observe how sturdy silk fabrics are produced
A museum where visitors can see the various works and crafts created by the people of the old capital of Nara.
Experience the world inside the Man'yoshu
An introduction to the history of Hyogo from all angles
A place connected to Matsuo Basho. A garden with flowers and trees associated with his haiku and Shiseki Tembo Teien with a waterside view are the highlights.
Hokkaido's oldest museum of Ainu culture, with exhibits featuring lifestyle objects and clothing
Fukumatsu Tanaka, the ”Herring Magnate” leader of a fisherman's union, built this lodge in Tomari-mura. Displays include implements related to the herring industry
Once a storehouse, now a museum showcasing Otaru's history and nature
Chock-full of discoveries about northern peoples
Passing down Ainu lifestyle and culture
Showcases the culture of northern tribes in expert detail
Discover the history of a beer dating back to Hokkaido's frontier age
Buildings that saw actual usage offer a unique historical experience
This museum was once a ferry that connected Japan's main island to Hokkaido
Reproduces the streets of Fukagawa Saga-cho in the Edo Period so visitors can see the scene and lifestyle of that period.
This is one of the three greatest commemorative ships in the world. It has been preserved as a symbol of the nation’s pride that attained the victory in the naval battle for defending national independence.
The Perry Memorial Hall is a museum that illustrates the Perry Expedition (1853－1854), which paved the way to the opening of Japan, and the history leading to it through dioramas and historical documents.