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This open-air museum is home to historically and culturally valuable buildings dating from the early Edo to early Showa eras (1650s-1950s), that have been relocated to and rebuilt here at the museum. You can slip back through time to experience the daily life of old Tokyo and connect more deeply with Japanese culture. Enjoy a quiet, refined interlude for a relaxed conversation at the vintage café in the House of Georg de Lalande, a Western-style building from the Meiji era (1868-1912).

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Pay parking nearby
Accessible restroom
Room/Space Floor Size(m2 Seated Standing Price(JPY) Hours of use Remarks
House of Georg de Lalande 1 236 60 70 1,500,000 Regular closing days Terrace area outdoors

Please inquire about detailed conditions of use.

Address:
3-7-1 Sakura-cho (Metropolitan Koganei Park), Koganei-shi, Tokyo 184-0005 JAPAN
Web site:
https://www.tatemonoen.jp/english
Contact:
Tokyo Unique Venues
TEL:
+81-3-5579-8870
E-mail:
tokyouniquevenues@tcvb.or.jp

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