We spent several hours wandering around the museum which had historic and antique displays, maps, videos, puppet displays....... as well as interactive displays and antique vehicles… a penny farthing bicycle, horse and carts and other historic forms of transport set up for visitors to sit in …..irresistible to big and little kids alike !
You can stand on the bridge and overlook the replica Nakamura Theater which has regular activities and shows, but unfortunately we missed them as the theatre was closed at 4.00pm before we had finished our tour with the guide. There are several interactive displays and you learn about the many things that have shaped Tokyo city today.
As we left we passed the Sumo Stadium where there were competitions going on. You can often go and watch some sumo here if you are interested.