TOKYO TOY MUSEUM
The Tokyo Toy Museum is housed in an old elementary school building. Visitors can play with 10,000 toys from Japan and other countries around the world.
The museum is mainly run by volunteer staff. Our mission is to encourage people to deepen their engagement with each other through play.
We are closed on Thursday. (If Thursday is a national holiday, closed on the following day),
New Year holidays and for mantainance.
Adults: 1,100 yen
*Babies under 5 months are admitted for free.
・Admission to the museum is by advance reservation only.
・Cancellation is not allowed.
・Visitors eligible for free admission must also make a reservation on this website.
Tokyo Toy Museum will revise the admission fees for tickets
sold at the reception desk on the day of admission from January 6, 2024.
We appreciate your understanding.
・Adults (junior high school students and older)…1,100 yen
・Children (6 months to elementary school students)…800 yen
【Same-day ticket at the counter】
・Adults (junior high school students and older)…1,300 yen
・Children (6 months to elementary school students)…1,000 yen
- 5 min. walk from Exit No. 2, Yotsuya-sanchoume Station, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
- 8 min. walk from A1 exit, Akebono-Cho Station, Toei Shinjyuku Line
- 25 min. walk from East Exit, Shinjyuku Station, JR Line
ENJYOYING THE MUSEUM
1For everyone from adults to children
There is a dedicated playroom for babies (age 2 years and under), as well as wooden toys that kids will love, analog games that will entertain teens, and old toys that adults will find comforting and nostalgic.
2Learn about traditional Japanese games.
Senior volunteers will teach you how to play traditional Japanese games.
3Play with 10,000 toys from around the world.
While the museum is focused on wooden toys from Japan, you can also play with toys from various countries across Asia and Europe.
4Craft activities are offered every day.
Make crafts using milk cartons and other recyclable items, or create a toy with an electric scroll saw (same-day reservation is required on a first-come, first-serve basis).