Utilizing the building of a discontinued elementary school, this museum exhibits about 5,000 toys, including mainly wooden toys. You can enjoy watching toys from Japan and overseas and playing some board games. A craft shop for hands-on toy making is offered everyday (for a limited number of participants).
Room of dirt
Room of game
Baby mokuiku open space
|Address||4-20, Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku Yotsuya open space|
|Open and Closed||Business hours: 10:00-16:00
In the case of holiday, Thursday is opened every Thursday. There will be transfer closing later.
|Nearest stations and access||
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