Rebuilding Ginza Picture Scrolls: 1953 (1953 - 1953) by Yutaka AsoSaitama Prefectual Museum of History and Folklore
Tokyo is not only the capital of Japan but it's a cultural hub for museums, galleries, and arts institutions. From modern art to science and nature, there's something for everyone!
Wherever you are in the world, Street View lets you take a virtual trip around 5 amazing museums in Tokyo. Scroll on to start your click-and-drag adventure...
Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji: The Great Wave Off the Coast of Kanagawa (Edo period, 19th century) by Katsushika HokusaiTokyo National Museum
You might even be able to spot Hokusai's famous 'The Great Wave', which is part of a series of 46 prints depicting various views of Mount Fuji.
Evolution of Saurischian DinosaoursNational Museum of Nature and Science
Are you fascinated by dinosaurs?
Rocks and mineralsNational Museum of Nature and Science
Or are you more into minerals?
5. Kioi Art Gallery, Edo Ise-Katagami Kimono Museum
Ise-katagami is the Japanese craft of making paper stencils for dyeing textiles. With over 5,000 stencils from the Edo to the Showa periods, the Edo Ise-Katagami Museum has Japan’s largest Ise-Katagami collection.
Kingdom AnimaliaNational Museum of Nature and Science