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Meiji University Museum, Chiyoda

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  • The crime and punishment section of the museum was interesting and intriguing, with very cool displays. There was also an archaeology section as well as a section on Japanese commodities and materials...  more »
  • We went to this museum because it houses a section specifically dedicated to torture in Japan .... which was good but which wasn't really fair because it also housed some very interesting other exhibi...  more »
  • It is free in the basement of the building of the Meiji University surugadai way the Museum. Exhibits are divided into four categories, on the archaeology and history of Meiji University and products concerning, Criminal Division. How well equipped are independent from each other, but. On weekdays, but many visitors, volunteers, and ask, can you tell about each.
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  • Nice and free exhibition. It's wealthy to visit.
  • Amazing
  • Entrance basement ground floor. Permanent exhibition on the second basement. The criminal corners, such as reproductions of instruments of torture and executions during the Edo period, iron maiden (iron maiden), guillotine and ban high bills. Excellent corner archaeological pottery / stone / clay (excavation of Meiji University). Traditional handicraft production process is also interesting toilet back to return coin lockers, back to Aku Memorial Hall (free / prohibited) is
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  • Free admission so not expect too much, but I visited during our spectacular. Excavation of Paleolithic displays haniwa, mounds, and Edo period torture instruments, such as a number of the other. I think using such equipment at that time had been sentenced to sinners. In the explanatory text with English translation. Photo shoot OK, but Flash is prohibited.
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  • Come to the Museum of Meiji University (^ o ^) there is a lot of material in the National Museum (^ ^) University history, ancient-learn until today. Is the worse punishment in the Edo period (-_-;) Weekends and public holidays, and on weekdays will guide you to free volunteer guides. Admission is free (* be ∀ ')
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