Omocha-no-Machi Bandai Museum おもちゃのまちバンダイミュージアム 

At the entrance of the Omocha-no-Machi Bandai Museum visitors are welcomed by a full-scale RX-78 Gundam bust (5.6 metres in height) and its pilot Amuro Ray. The museum’s collection includes a large selection of toys from home and abroad dating from the Edo period (1603-1867). Highlights are the world’s leading collection of Thomas Edison’s inventions and the world’s biggest steam car, the “Pendle Princess” (made in the U.K. in 1919). This is a great place to enjoy learning about the history of toys. Gundam fans shouldn’t miss the “Zaku’s Dream” and “White Base” exhibitions.

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Basic Information

Address 3-6-20 Omocha-no-machi Mibu-machi, Shimotsuga-gun
Telephone Number 0282-86-2310
Website http://www.bandai-museum.jp/
Business Hours Open 10am – 4:30pm
Days Closed for Business Open everyday
Price Adults 1,000 yen
Children (4-15 years old) 600 yen
Children under 3 are free
DirectionsA 5-minute drive or 30-minute walk from “Omocha-no-Machi Eki” station on the Tobu Utsunomiya line