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Memorial Hall Spots in Tokyo Area

  • Museum of Yebisu Beer
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    Tokyo Shibuya-ku Ebisu 4-20-1 In Yebisu Garden Place
    This is a facility where you can learn about the history of and how to enjoy the beer brand “Ebisu”, manufactured and sold by Sapporo Beer Co., Ltd, located in Yebisu Garden Place. The gallery exhibiting the history from the foundation to the present can be viewed free of charge. Paid tours including tasting are popular. There is also a tasting salon and museum for a fee where you can buy many kinds of Yebisu Beer. The nearest station is Ebisu Station.
  • Katsushika Shibamata Tora-san Museum
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    Tokyo Katsushika-ku Shibamata 6-22-19
    This is a memorial hall that reproduces and exhibits the world and articles of the “Otoko wa Tsurai yo” (“It’s Tough Being a Man”) movies. In addition to the relocation of the Katsushika Shibamata dumpling shop “Kurumaya” which Tora-san loved, also on display are the contents of the trunk which Tora-san who loved travelling always had in his hand. There is a quiz corner related to the movies and a corner where you can appreciate famous scenes from the movie. From the rooftop’s Shibamata Park, it is possible for you to gaze at Shibamata Taishakuten and Edogawa riverbeds which are familiar from the movies.

    We visited this museum as recommended by the local residents while we were in Tokyo. Even though the museum is not a big in size, it offers an amazing collection in relation to the movies. If you...

  • Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum
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    Tokyo Minato-ku Minamiaoyama 6-1-19
    A museum erected on the site of artist Taro Okamoto’s studio and home. The museum exhibits a large collection of the artist’s works, including sketches and oil paintings. Okamoto’s work area is also displayed just as it looked when the artist was alive and the museum’s materials relating to postwar culture in Japan are a highlight. The museum holds numerous events that are musts for fans of the artist.

    Cute little memorial museum conveniently located in the heart of Tokyo. It is interesting to see some of the artist’s work which also used to be his home and studio while he was alive. The exhibit...

  • Tokyo Meguro Hibari Misora Memorial House
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    Tokyo Meguro-ku Aobadai 1-4-12
    This is a memorial hall comprised of a public portion of the house belonging to Hibari Misora, a singer who debuted in the entertainment world at the tender age of nine and came to represent Japan. Visitors can tour the garden, Japanese-style room, and living room which have not been altered since the time Hibari Misora was alive and still retain their appearance from those days. In the Japanese-style room they serve seasonal tea and sweets. The house also screens documentary films about Hibari Misora and sells original merchandise. The closest stations are Daikanyama Station and Nakameguro Station, and reservations are given priority.

    目黒区青葉台1丁目の高級住宅地にある昭和を代表する歌手・美空ひばりの旧宅です。入館料は完全予約制で1500円と高価ですが、美空ひばりファンであれば、必見のスポットだと思います。

  • Mori Ogai Memorial Museum
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    Tokyo Bunkyou-ku Sendagi 1-23-4
    A museum dedicated to author Mori Ogai built on the site of the home where Ogai lived in Sendagi, Bunkyo City, Tokyo from 1892 until his death in 1922. The museum primarily collects manuscripts, correspondences, books, and other articles that belonged to Ogai as well as other materials relating to literary works and writers connected to Ogai and Bunkyo City. In addition to being a famous novelist, Ogai was prolific in many fields, and his museum gives visitors the chance to see rare items which reveal the history of the man.
  • Ome Akatsuka Fujio Kaikan
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    Tokyo Oumeshi Sumiechou 66
    A museum dedicated to the manga artist Fujio Akatsuka, located five minutes on foot from Ome Station. The museum displays cartoons drawn by Fujio Akatsuka as well as photos and books, etc. The shop sells products and books based on the artist’s characters, such as Bakabon and Unagi-Inu.

    青梅駅南側にある商店街の中の赤塚不二夫さんの絵や写真を展示した場所です。 入館料は450円。開館時間は10-17時で、月曜は休館日でした。 近所には昭和幻燈館、昭和レトロ商品博物館があり、3館めぐり券を購入すれば1050円のところ800円になるようです。 どれも昭和風情のある素敵な雰囲気のお店でした。 赤塚不二夫さんのプロフィールを見る限り青梅との関連は見れませんでしたが、さびしくなる商店街を活...

  • Waseda Daigaku Okuma Memorial Auditorium (Okuma Auditorium)
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Totsukamachi 1-104 Waseta Daigaku Waseta Campus Uchi
  • Ichigaya Museum
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Ichigayahonmuracho 5-1
  • Kashiotoshiohatumei Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Setagaya-ku Seijou 4-19-10
  • Chofu Mushanokojisaneatu Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Choufushi Wakabachou 1-8-30
  • Shinjuku Kuritusosekisambo Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Shinjuku-ku Wasedaminamichou 7
  • Oyugakuenishikawa Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Setagaya-ku Miyasaka 1-4-11 Oyugakuen site
  • Ota Museum
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    Tokyo Suginami-ku Kugayama 2-16-14
  • Yoshidayoshizo Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Taitou-ku Imado 1-4-7 Yoshida Yoshida Memorial Hall
  • Murano Shiro Museum
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Fuchu-shi Minamicho
  • Nakamurafusetu Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Taitou-ku Negishi 2-10-4 calligraphy museum
  • Tokutomiroka Memorial Rokatuneharusono
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Setagaya-ku Kasuya 1-20-1
  • Ozaki Memorial Hall kempo Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Chiyoda-ku Nagatachou 1-1-1
  • Mochidukiyuriko Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Shinagawa-ku Nishigotanda Fujikawa-cho 6-5-1 Education and Culture Hall in
  • Umezawahamaotto Memorial
    Travel / Tourism
    Tokyo Met. Setagaya-ku Tamagawa 1-3-28

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The setting of countless iconic movie scenes and the inspiration for songs, poetry, and literature worldwide, Tokyo barely requires an introduction. It’s hard for the kaleidoscopic neon lights, wacky pop culture, and some of the world’s tallest structures not to instill excitement in any first-time visitor to Tokyo, whether you’re in the very center of the hustle and bustle in Shinjuku or Shibuya or looking in from the quieter suburbs.

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