The Japan Olympic Museum is the center for promoting the Olympic Movement in Japan. Based on the concept of “an Olympic Museum for everyone,” the Museum is created through collaboration with the JOC, athletes and visitors.
Through exhibitions and videos, visitors can learn about the history and meaning of the Olympic Games, reflect on what the Olympic Games are, and experience, think and learn on their own.
An area for promoting the Olympic Movement from a variety of perspectives.
A place to experience the Olympic Movement and the heritage of the Olympic legacy.
An area for people to discover, learn, feel, try, and think about the Olympic Games.
Exhibitions across several corners show how the Olympic Games have been connected with the world.
By knowing the Olympic Games from various historical viewpoints, you can see the whole picture in focus.
The relationship between Japan and the Olympic Games is presented by focusing on past events.
By showing the materials from past Olympic eras and focusing on the efforts of Japanese people behind the events, you can see the influence Japan has had on the Olympic Games.
Various sports of the summer and winter Olympic Games are introduced. You can also take the challenge and feel the physical ability of Olympians by having several common athletic body movements measured in a booth.
Adults: 500 yen
Senior citizens aged 65 and older: 400 yen (proof of age required)
Students of high-school age and younger: free (presentation of student ID card required)
*Teachers escorting school field trips and other similar activities can enter for free.
*For students of high-school age and younger, please ask for a free pass at the reception.
*Free of charge for physical disability certificate holders and his/her escort (only 1 person). Please show the certificate at reception.
[For the latest information, please check the official website.]
|Address||JAPAN SPORT OLYMPIC SQUARE 1/2F, 4-2 Kasumigaoka-machi, Shinjuku, Tokyo|
|Open and Closed||Business hours: 10:00-17:00
(last reception desk 16:30)
Closed: Mondays (or the following day when Monday is a public holiday), New Year holidays, exhibition renewal period, etc.
＊For the latest business information, please check the official website.
|Nearest stations and access||
□ 5-min walk from Gaienmae Sta. (Exit 3) on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
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