7 Museums in Japan That You Must Visit

When you travel to Japan, not only historical tours, habits, and shopping that you visit, but you can increase your knowledge, thereby visiting the many existing museums. Not only famous for its animation museums, but Japan also has many exciting types of museums that you can visit.

Hmm, where are the places? 

Sewerage Science Museum

This museum is one of the interesting museums in Japan because this museum presents so many types of drainage disposal. With the existence of this museum, it is hoped that it can increase interest in the importance of the water channel. This museum consists of five floors that you can explore from the basement floor. The location is currently at 1 Chome-1-53 Takami, Konohana-Ku, Osaka.

Meguro Parasite Museum

Meguro Parasite Museum is the only museum that presents many types of parasites that become one of its charms. This museum has around 4,500 species of parasites. Besides that, in this museum, there is also a souvenir shop that provides souvenirs with a parasitic theme. The location is currently at 4 Chome-1-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro, Tokyo.

Meiji University Museum of Criminal Material Department

If you like films that smell criminal, you can visit this one museum. In this museum, you will find new knowledge about the history of wickedness contained in Japan and thoroughly with the punishment. Various types of devices used to punish exist in this museum. Are you interested in seeing it?

Chinsekikan Museum

This museum is a fascinating museum located in Japan. Why is that? Yes, because this museum displays so many types of stones that are similar to people’s faces. This museum holds for 1700 stone collections that are similar to people’s faces. You will chase a stone that is similar to Elvis Presley’s face.

Tobacco and Salt Museum

Tobacco and Salt Museum has been established since 1978. In this museum, you will be treated to various types of tobacco and salt. Here you will be treated to the many types of writing and merchandise concerned with tobacco. Not only that, you can watch movies on the first floor. The location is in Jinnan 1-16-8, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan.

Tottori Sand Museum

This museum is the only museum in the world that exhibits many types of sand sculptures with opposing themes every year. Even to create different themes, artists from all over the world were invited to participate in the making. How? Are you interested in visiting?

Shinyokohama Ramen Museum

Japan is familiar with ramen food when it has a museum. You can learn about the history of ramen growth found in Japan. This museum has two floors. You will be treated to many types of noodles, soups, toppings, and so many kinds of neatly organized bowls. The location of this museum is currently at 2 Chome-14-21 Shinyokohama, Kohoku-Ku, Yokohama.

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