About FUJIKO·F·FUJIO MUSEUM
In honor of the famous Japanese manga artist Fujiko F. Fujio (formerly known as Hiroshi Fujimoto), the city of Kawasaki, his hometown, was established on September 3, 2011.
(Fujiko Productions), and Kawasaki City decided to establish a museum in Kawasaki City, where Fujiko F. Fujio lived for 35 years from 1961 until his death in 1996. The motivation for the decision was a request from Masako Fujimoto to Kawasaki City in February 1999 to exhibit approximately 50,000 original cartoon drawings, including “Doraemon,” to the public, which prompted Kawasaki City and Fujiko Productions to begin discussions.
(photo from wikipedia)
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10:00-18:00 (Golden Week April 29-May 5 and Summer Vacation July 20-August 31 are open)
There are four designated admission times of 10:00, 12:00, 14:00 and 16:00, daily
Every Tuesday, year-end and new year holidays (December 30 – January 3)
If Tuesday falls on a public holiday, the museum will not be closed and will be closed on Wednesday.
Specific closing days can be found at
Adult 1,000 yen (about RMB 51)
Students 700 yen (about RMB 36)
Children over four years old 500 yen (about RMB 26)
Free admission for children under three years old
How to buy tickets
Tickets for the museum need to be purchased in advance at the Rosen convenience store, and cannot be bought at the entrance of the museum.
Tickets for the next month and the following month will be sold on the 30th of each month
For example, if today is December 4, you can buy tickets for December and January.
If you want to buy tickets for February, you have to wait until December 30.
There are three ways to buy tickets
1. Online reservation (advance membership registration required)
3.Use Loppi ticket vending machines to make reservations at Lawson convenience stores
How to get there
Take the Odakyu Line or JR Nambu Line and get off at Nobu Station.
Get off the Odakyu Line and walk 16 minutes toward Gajoka Park Station.
Get off the JR Nambu Line and walk 15 minutes toward Sukegawara Station.
Or take a bus with a cartoon design directly to the museum from Nobu Station
Buses run about 10 minutes apart and take about 9 minutes to get there.
Adults 210 yen, children 110 yen, bus passes such as watermelon cards are available for a few days.
2-8-1 Nagao, Tama-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, 214-0023
Exhibition areas, theaters, cafes and stores
The exhibition area will display Fujiko F. Fujio’s workbench, manuscripts, etc.
The exhibits in the exhibition area are marked with numbers, so you can listen to the explanation by inputting the numbers into the interpreter.
Thematic exhibitions are held from time to time each year, such as during Christmas.
You can watch a movie at the theater with a ticket.
Both the exhibition area and the theater can not be photographed, you have to see it in person to feel the charm of comics ~
Inside the cafe are various kinds of robot cats and other shapes of coffee cake ~
In the store, you can buy a variety of handicrafts.