TOKYO WATERWORKS HISTORICAL MUSEUM

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The Water Path Continues on into the Future

From times immemorial, people have trod a long and difficult path in their need for water. Efforts directed toward richer water supplies date back to the dawn of the Edo era, when Ieyasu Tokugawa established the Shogunate. Water benefits all our lives and supported the growth of Edo-Tokyo. The present era is one in which the Tokyo Waterworks can send its message to the whole world.

The 400 year history of Edo-Tokyo

Learn from this past and create the futurec The Tokyo Waterworks Historical Museum opened its doors in 1995, and has introduced the public to the important history it hosts ever since.


General Information

Opening Hours9:30 am to 5:00 pm (admission until 30 minutes before closing)
Day ClosedThe 4th Monday of each month (if the 4th Monday is a national holiday, the Museum is open on Monday and closed the following Tuesday.), December 28 to January 4
AdmissionFree
Location2-7-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033
TEL+81-(0)3-5802-9040
FAX+81-(0)3-5802-9041
Websitehttp://www.suidorekishi.jp/
Audio GuidesAudio guide is available in English, Korean, Chinese, and Japanese for free of charge.
Group VisitWe provide groups of more than 5 people with a brief overview and an orientation video in English. Please make a reservation in advance using the application form(PDF 82.6KB) through FAX. As a reservation is arranged, we will send a confirmation by FAX.

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