Visitors would definitely be able to feel and enjoy Fujiko·F·Fujio's “Dream”, “Miracle” and “Fun Mind” at our museum. Fujiko·F·Fujio adhered to heart warming laughter, ordinary life of children, a bit mysterious SF style ..
Kawasaki Post was established in 1623 as a post station for the Fifty-three Stages of the Tokaido. At this exhibition one can experience the history and townscape of Kawasaki..
Kawasaki city is a part of the Greater Tokyo Area with coastlines facing the Tokyo Bay. Hop on the express train from the Narita Airport and it will take you straight to Kawasaki city. Getting to Kawasaki city from the Haneda airport is also fast and easy with just a distance away.
Kawasaki Travel Information Center
Telephone translation service available in English, Chinese and Korean for foreign tourists.
A 30 second walk from JR Kawasaki station
Open every day from 10:00 to 17:00
The Kawasaki City Travel Information Center is located in the Kawasaki Azalea, the large basement shopping arcade located by Kawasaki Station.
Here we are distributing a free Wi-Fi card that can be used by foreign tourists for 14 days within the NTT East Japan Network Area (quantities are limited).
It takes about 15 minutes by train to this Travel Information Center from Tokyo Haneda Airport. Make sure you first get a free Wi-Fi card from the Kawasaki City Travel Information Center.