The Fujiko F Fujio Museum, also known as the Doraemon museum, is dedicated to the work of Fujiko Fujio.
Reserved tickets are required for the museum, so please see how to book Fujiko F Fujio Museum tickets in advance.
The Fujiko F. Fujio Museum is located approximately 16 minutes on foot from Mukogaoka Yuen Station on the Odakyu Line, or 15 minutes walk from Shukugawara Station on the JR Nambu Line.
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