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Tobacco & Salt Museum, Sumida
(3.8/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • Salt and tobacco Museum theme? It was very interesting, were treated as before World War II were used as war expenditure procurement now tobacco is antisocial atmosphere, but during the war, after World War II an important social aspect. Admission 100 yen. To pass the time would you like?
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  • Round up and went to use the path. Tokyo sky tree after that walk, was about 10 minutes. Was previously in Shibuya is moved. The building is new and pretty. World tobacco and salt Museum. It may be unbearable to anyone interested. 5F lounge chair is colorful and Nice.
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  • I love obscure museums that shed light in my intellectual dark corners and this venue is no exception. I was fascinated to learn about the three kinds of salt and how Japan has coped with its lack of ...  more »
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  • Way more info and history than you'd expect for ¥100. Some soap in the toilet would just be perfect so you get 4.98 stars only!! Add a spittoon for my tobaccy while ya at it
  • I think museums quite like tobacco. Admission is 100 yen and cheap, good 潰semas times. Shop, smokers ' requisites, etc. very think neck is high, but good, and newspapers also toys for children, etc.. ------Actually, salt is to see forgotten, let alone next time I-I and I want to see.
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  • Cheap admission 100 yen. See the fine, it is full. Just wasting my time 2. Entrance fee 100 yen. Worth a visit.
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  • Was thirty-five years long between Shibuya in Sumida-ku, newly opened in 2015. Because it is a small number of exhibits where children experience learning or appointment is recommended to anyone.
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  • This means, especially the part of salt greatly impressed me. The permanent exhibition is 100 yen.
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