Fujiko · F · Fujio Museum, Kawasaki

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Step into the world of Japanese manga at Fujiko · F · Fujio Museum, a site dedicated to the life and work of two iconic artists and their most popular creation, a robotic cat from the 22nd century. First published in 1969 as an illustrated series, the Doraemon franchise has sold over 100 million copies worldwide. Discover original artworks from various manga stories, a theater screening an original short film, as well as a manga reading room with an interactive area for children. The museum's restaurant offers various Doraemon-themed edible creations. Audio guides are available in English. Put Fujiko · F · Fujio Museum and other Kawasaki attractions into our Kawasaki itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • August 10, 2017
    First thing first, you cannot purchase the ticket on the Fujiko F. Fujio Museum. The ticket is available in any ticketing machine in Lawson. Unfortunately, they only have Japanese language. I bought m...  more »
  • August 7, 2017
    Went a while ago because of entry restrictions, no parking is not available. Dash out and away at last, looking for a quite place. Point of view when I was a kid during the various manga and anime, damp of adults more than children.
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  • July 30, 2017
    Children under 6 months: 2 nd of the three Buri. You could taste the freshness inside the bus and Museum Cafe's menu changed over the three years. Children will grow and continue to enjoy, second time I enjoyed both adults and children. Something related to Doraemon bus number, Doraemon, sometimes middle rivers rail Museum cafe of course Fujiko works characters and in the trees of the field outside of the Museum slip of Keita and or hiding various characters, from the beginning to the end Fujiko is immersed in the work. May also alert a few years go-so while I enjoyed very much.
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  • June 7, 2017
    Personally, coming to this place was like enjoying the historical museum. The feeling was priceless. You can see Fujiko F.Fujio sensei's artwork and the great story behind that. This is museum, not an amusement park. So, for whom expected coming only to take photos with doraemon's characters or "meet and greet" with the characters, don't be disappointed 😁.
  • July 1, 2017
    Nice place to remind us for Fujiko F Fujio arts & mangas, more suitable for young adult & people who growns up with doraemon, p-man & hattori
  • June 14, 2017
    I love Doraemon thats why I was so excited to be here😊 nice feeling to see Fujio Sensei's artwork though it was far from my expectation. I mean its not a place for picture taking, its not allowed there. But it was a good experience here in Japan😘❤🎌👌
  • June 15, 2017
    A museum full of animation and how the creator of the anime Doraemon, Fujiko F. Fujio, became to be famous! During the tour, you cannot take pictures inside the actual museums, but there's plenty of pictures you can take in the play area and of course the cafe. To enter the museum, you must purchase the ticket in advance, at least 2 weeks ahead, at a local Lawson or 7-eleven convenience store, for only 1000 yen (about $10)! Once you're at the museum ready for the tour, you will be given a telephone-like device that will give you information as you walk around the museum. They have it in Japanese, English, and Mandarin Chinese. If you're a fan of the manga or anime, this is place you definitely want to visit that's not really listed in a tour book :)
  • June 16, 2017
    Not visited ...but love japan...japanese people and...most lovingly. Our's Nobita-doraemon...!!😍😍😉

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