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TNM & TOPPAN MUSEUM THEATER

The Keep of Edo Castle

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What did the keep of Edo Castle really look like?

The last keep of Edo Castle built by the third military leader of the Tokugawa Family, Tokugawa Iemitsu, is said to have been the largest in history. It was created using the most advanced architectural techniques of the day and cost an enormous sum of money.
    So, what did this incredible castle actually look like? How was it made? Designs and drawings give us some clues, as do the cultural artifacts and traditional techniques that survive to this day. We have used them to create a program that lets you join us in the exciting process of recreating the keep of Edo Castle.

*The show will also run on January 2 and 3, 2024.

Click Here for Details (Additional Screenings: January 2 and 3, 2024)

 

*We anticipate congestion just before the entrance time. Please purchase tickets as early as possible, well in advance of the show time.

 

 
 

Website: TNM & TOPPAN Museum Theater

* English audio guides available (Free)

* You may not enter mid-way through the program.

* Screening schedule and capacity are subject to change.

 

Date
January 4, 2024 (Thu) - April 14, 2024 (Sun)   (Every Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat,Sun,Holiday)
Venue
Asian Gallery (Toyokan)-TNM & TOPPAN Museum Theater
Time
[Wed, Thu, Fri] 12:00、13:00、14:00、15:00、16:00
[Sat, Sun, Holidays] 11:00、12:00、13:00、14:00、15:00、16:00
Running time
about 35 min.
Capacity
90
Fee
High school students and above: 600yen
*Regular admission fees apply to persons over 18 (excluding high-school students) and under 70.
Elementary and junior high school students: 300yen
Pre-school children / People with disabilities and their attendant: Free
Supervision of
Tokyo National Museum
Production
TOPPAN Inc.
Inquiries
050-5541-8600("Hello Dial")