Founded in 1956, the Toei Animation Museum was created to showcase the numerous animation works created by the Toei Animation Company. The museum is situated in Nerima City, which is considered by some to be the birthplace of Japanese animation. Famous anime characters featured here include Astro Boy, Sailor Moon, One Piece, Dragon Ball, and more.
Closed temporarily until further notice, as part of nationwide anti-coronavirus measures.
15-minute walk from Oizumigakuen Station on Seibu Ikebukuro Line
5-minute bus ride from bus stop no.1 at the station bound for Wako-shi Station South Exit / Nagakubo, get off at Toei Shosho-mae stop
10-minute bus ride from bus stop no. 1 at Seikibui Park Station, get off at "Before Toei Studio' stop.
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