Fuchu City’s Kyodo-no-Mori Museum
A Museum Where You Can Enjoy Nature’s Four Seasons in a Forest
Museum & Park
The main section of this museum focuses on the history, folklore, and nature of Fuchu City, located to the west of Tokyo, and also features a planetarium. The museum’s premises spans about 140,000㎡, and it holds not only the main museum, but also old farmhouses and townhouses, as well as historic buildings.
Furthermore, there is an open lawn space and a plum orchard, and during the summer you can play in the pond.
In the tearoom “Baikyoan,” guests can enjoy served tea (paid, not always available).
There is a pond where you can play in the water, and it’s popular with children in the summer.
About 1,100 plum trees across around 60 varieties bloom from mid-February through early March.
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- Postal Code
- 6-32 Minamicho, Fuchu City, Tokyo
300 yen, junior high school students and younger 150 yen, children under 4 years of age free
※Additional admission fee required for planetarium
- Mondays (The following day if Monday is a holiday), Dec. 29th to Jan. 3rd
- Business Hours
- 9:00am-5:00pm (Admission allowed until 4:00pm)
(1) About a 20-minute walk from the JR Musashino Line and JR Nambu Line’s Fuchuhommachi Station
(2) About a 20-minute walk from the Keio Line and JR Nambu Line’s Bubaigawara Station
(3) About 6 minutes by bus from the JR Nambu Line’s Bubaigawara Station, getting off at the Kyodo-no-Mori main gate stop
- Official Website
- Official Website (Japanese)