Fujiko·F·Fujio Museum

A Museum Dedicated to the World of Works by Fujiko·F·Fujio, One of Japan’s Iconic Manga Artists



This museum is located in Kawasaki, the city where Fujiko·F·Fujio, the manga artist who created series such as “Doraemon” and “Perman,” lived for many years.
The themed exhibits capture the “dreams,” “mysteries,” and “playfulness” that he created through drawing his works.
The museum features precious exhibits for original drawings not found anywhere else, as well as showings of original short films.
The museum café and shops are full of unique dishes and original goods following motifs based on popular characters.


  • Learn about this history of Doraemon while looking at original pictures in the exhibition room. About 200 original pictures are on display in the exhibit.
  • The work desk that Fujiko·F·Fujio used to draw is also on display.
  • There is also a “Manga Corner,” where guests can read through F’s works.
  • In the “People’s Plaza” you’ll find a 1/5th scale rendition of “Nobita’s House.”.
  • The Rooftop Playground makes for a great photo spot, and Doraemon fans will recognize things related to the series such as earthen pipes in the area.
  • Guests can purchase souvenirs like dorayaki at the gift corner “Fujiko-ya,” and the 1st floor museum shop has museum-exclusive products available for purchase.


  • 1st floor exhibition room, showcasing Doraemon’s 50 years of history
  • The birthplace of masterpieces, the “Artist’s Room”
  • Read manga with Doraemon in the “Manga Corner”
  • Relax on the rooftop in the Rooftop Playground 
  • Dorayaki available at the gift corner “Fujiko-ya”


  • 李珠珍


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Name in Japanese
川崎市 藤子・F・不二雄ミュージアム
Postal Code
2-8-1 Nagao, Tama-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa
Adults and University Students: 1,000yen
High School and Junior High School Students: 700yen
Children (4 years or older): 500yen
※Reservations are made for specific dates and times
※Admission free for children under 4 years of age
※Ticket sales method has been changed to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
For more information, check at Lawson Ticket stations.
Irregular closures (announced on the official website’s museum calendar)
Open Hours
※Admission times are held 7 times a day: 10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm, and 4:00pm (no changes)
※Information current as of July 2020.
※Please check the official website before visiting, as admission times may change due to measures to prevent spread of the novel coronavirus.
(1) About 9 minutes by Kawasaki City Bus (direct trip) from the Odakyu Line and JR Nambu Line’s Noborito Station
(2) About a 16-minute walk from the Odakyu Line’s Mukogaoka-yuen Station
(3) About a 15-minute walk from the JR Nambu Line’s Shukugawara Station
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Official Website
Official Website (English)