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For sure the amount of old craft toys is displayed in a very tiny place: kites, masks, dolls, darumas, small toys are really a jewel that tells us s lot about rural Japan and Japanese children. 400 Yen to enter this magic place and never...More
A small museum, but filled with antique Japanese toys, masks, kites, dolls and other pieces. The first room is filled with examples from all over Japan; the other rooms across the small courtyard have the masks and other toys. Very interesting though very hot in...More
The museum consists of four rooms (one of them is upstairs with no lift, but other three are ground level) filled with all sorts of traditional Japanese toys from daruma to kites to horses and other odd figurines which have been collected from all around...More
For those interested in toys, especially old ones, this is a great little museum. There are more toys per square inch. They are nicely grouped, however. It is worth the 400 yen for a quick visit, but one can linger for hours.
This "museum" is really a few rooms jam-packed with the most amazing folk toys from rural Japan. You won't find plastic here--there are wooden, paper, cloth, ceramic, and stone toys from many eras. Huge collections of dolls, tops, pull toys, kites, masks, etc. etc. There's...More