Tokyo Metro Museum
An Interactive Museum Where You Can Learn About the History and Latest Advancements in Metro Technology Through Seeing, Touching, and Operating
This metro museum was opened in 1986. It is located underneath the elevated area of the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line’s Kasai Station. Admission tickets are purchased at a ticket machine like that which sells train tickets, and the entrance is designed to look like a ticket gate.
After passing through the entryway you are greeted by the powerful presence of the Marunouchi Line #301 railway car and the #1001 car, which was Japan’s first subway car and has been designated as an Important National Cultural Property. The cars are open for entry.
One of the most popular exhibits is the museum’s metro driving simulator. Guests can operate a train that is identical to those in operation and even experience the shaking and vibrations while driving!
A panorama with moving trains shows how Tokyo’s metro subway system operates, and it’s easy to lose yourself watching.
This museum is not only a wonderful experience for train lovers, but it is also a great place to enjoy learning about the metro system.
A museum where you can have fun learning about the metro system.
Admission tickets that mimic the train ticket system can be brought home with you as a souvenir.
The #1001 subway car on display has been designated as an Important National Cultural Property.
Various original items are available for purchase at the museum shop.
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- Name in Japanese
- Postal Code
- 6-3-1 Higashi-kasai, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo
- Adult : 220 yen, Child : 100 yen (*from 4 years old to junior high student)
Mondays (Tuesday if Monday is a National Holiday)
New Year (Dec 30 - Jan 3)
- Business Hours
- 10:00am-5:00pm (Admission allowed until 4:30pm)
- A short walk from the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line’s Kasai Station
- Official Website
- Official Website (English)