Fujiko F Fujio Museum


Museums & Attractions, Art & Culture


Never mind its official name: as far as most fans are concerned, this Kawasaki tourist spot is simply The Doraemon Museum. Named after the pseudonymous artist that created its star attraction, the Fujiko F Fujio Museum presents work by the late Hiroshi Fujimoto, including some 50,000 Doraemon sketches and other blue-cat bits and bobs. It's a very touchy-feely, hands-on affair, with minor wings dedicated also to the more esoteric aspects of the artist's personality - look out for the 'A Bit Mysterious SF' sci-fi section, if you dare.

As with the Ghibli Museum in Kichijoji, the Doraemon Museum deals with its vast swathes of visitors with a precise pre-ticketing system, so don't turn up on the day expecting to get in. For information on how to make a reservation, head straight to the official homepage.


2-8-1 Nagao, Tama-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa

Transport Shuttle bus from Noborito Station (Odakyu, Nambu lines)

Telephone 0570 055 245

Open Daily 10am-6pm / Closed Tue, New Year hols

Admission Adults ¥1,000, high school & junior high school students ¥700, children ¥500. Tickets must be bought in advance via Lawson


Please note: All information is correct at the time of writing but is subject to change without notice.


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