Snoopy Museum Tokyo in Machida

Grandberry Park is home to the new and improved Snoopy Museum

By Serena Ogawa    - 3 min read

Snoopy and the rest of the Peanuts gang have made their home at Grandberry Park in Machida, Tokyo. Welcome to the only Charles M. Schultz museum outside of Santa Rosa, California. Previously located in Roppongi for only two years, the new museum is twice the size of its Roppongi predecessor. Featuring multi-dimensional exhibitions of original and reproduced comic strips, vintage goods, and animation clips, fans of the lovable beagle are sure to be thrilled.

Snoopy’s Exhibition Gallery

Take a walk through the exhibition gallery. In the permanent gallery, stroll through Charles M. Schultz’s history and find out how Snoopy, Woodstock, and Charlie Brown came to be. See the early days of the comic strip in photographs, videos, reproductions, and vintage goods. Fans will appreciate the multi-screen theater where a new and original Snoopy animation takes place. And be sure to visit the special exhibitions on display; they change twice a year so you can enjoy something new every visit.

 (Photo: Snoopy Museum Tokyo)
(Photo: Snoopy Museum Tokyo)

Brown’s Store

Visit Brown’s Store for all your merchandise needs and desires. Inspired by Charlie Brown, you’ll find gifts for yourself and friends, including one-of-a-kind items found nowhere else in the world. Celebrate Snoopy in all his splendor with stuffed animals, posters, postcards, canvas art, and even chocolates printed with the pup’s face. From stationery to stickers, snacks to cushions and clothes, there’s bound to be something for every Snoopy lover.

 (Photo: Snoopy Museum Tokyo)
(Photo: Snoopy Museum Tokyo)

Peanuts Café

Come with an empty stomach if you’re in the mood for some truly delectable dining. The Peanuts café offers quality food made from fresh ingredients. The Peanuts Café is in the Park Life Building adjacent to the museum and makes for a great lookout spot. Of course, you’ll probably be too busy eating the beautiful dishes in front of you. Enjoy skillet-cooked pizza, salmon avocado Poke bowls, pancakes, parfaits, and more. Each dish will remind you of the charm of Peanuts and leave you happy.

 (Photo: Snoopy Museum Tokyo)
(Photo: Snoopy Museum Tokyo)

Workshop

Have you ever wanted to create your very own Peanuts items but had no idea where to even begin? The Snoopy Museum Tokyo has got you covered. Take a look at the workshop page to find out what arts and crafts projects are going on, reserve a ticket, and you’ll be on your way to creating a one-of-a-kind Snoopy souvenir. You can look forward to seasonal crafts like holiday candles, or more year-round items like tote bags, stuffed Snoopy plush, even making Beagle Scout snacks of Woodstock and Snoopy. Watch out for new crafts being added to the workshop and book fast, space is limited!

 (Photo: Snoopy Museum Tokyo)
(Photo: Snoopy Museum Tokyo)

Getting there

33 minutes by express from Shibuya Station, about 20 minutes from Shin-Yokohama Station.
4 minutes on foot from Tokyu Denentoshi Line Minamimachida Granbury Park Station.

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Find out more about Grandberry Park.

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Serena Ogawa

Serena Ogawa @serena.ogawa

Travel Editor for Japan Travel by day, novel-writing cat lady by night.

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Kim B 4 months ago
Those holiday candles are so cute!
Elizabeth S 4 months ago
Peanuts is so popular here in Japan with young and old alike. Kids love Peanuts stationery, bags and trinkets. I kind of identify with Woodstock when I speak English and my friends and family who understand me respond in Japanese.