In 1993, the seven-acre Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architecture Museum was opened by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government as part of the Edo-Tokyo Museum. The aim of this museum is to preserve historic buildings of great cultural value that are not in their current location can be relocated, reconstructed, preserved and exhibited and this valuable cultural heritage can be passed on to future generations.
The open-air museum offers the following exhibitions: An introduction in the visitor center. Restored buildings and scenes from everyday life in the Edo period. Architectural remnants and recreation of an urban landscape A collection from the Original Musahino Folklore Museum in a special exhibition.
The various exhibitions can be viewed within the exhibition rooms or in the actual open-air museum.
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