Metro Museum
Edogawa-ku: Museum
 
Metro Museum: Edogawa-ku
Edogawa-ku / Museum
Open 10am-5pm. Closed Mondays.
Admission Y210
Average visit time: 20-40 minutes

Recently refurbished, the Metro Museum focuses on the Tokyo subway system, with several hands-on driving simulators, a big model train layout (with shows four times a day), and exhibits of subway cars through the ages, tunneling equipment and historic subway maps.

The small museum shop sells subway-themed stationery supplies, child-sized t-shirts and socks, chopsticks, playing cards and umbrellas.









Edogawa-ku, Higashi-Kasai 6-3-1.
located underneath Kasai station (Tozai line)
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