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Other cultural activities of the mission included visits to the Japanese National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), Edo-Tokyo Museum, and Tokyo's historical district of Asakusa.
The group visited many ancient and modern landmarks such as the Asakusa area, the Edo-Tokyo Museum in Tokyo and Kinkakuji and Toji temples in Kyoto.
Consider the Edo-Tokyo Museum in Sumida Ward, he says, ga fabulous museum about the history of Tokyo and Edo.
The agenda also included visits to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum and Edo-Tokyo Museum.
Near the Sumo stadium is located the Edo-Tokyo Museum, which has preserved Tokyo's urban history.
Locations: Edo-Tokyo Museum, Shizuoka Broadcasting System Building, St.
Visit the Imperial Palace, the Edo-Tokyo Museum of Japanese History or the observation deck of the Tokyo Tower, the world's tallest self-supporting steel tower, for stunning views across the city.
To help broaden their horizons and gain a better understanding of Japanese culture, the students visited the Edo-Tokyo Museum, National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation and other public facilities in Tokyo, as well as TMC's Tsutsumi Plant and the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology in Nagoya.
The visit will culminate in excursions to the Edo-Tokyo Museum, the Yasukuni Shrine and Yushukan Museum, and the firebomb sites in the Hiranuma district of Tokyo, as well as the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery at Yokohama.
The exhibit will move to the Edo-Tokyo Museum in Tokyo from Oct.