Tokyo National Museum

Address : 13-9 Uenokoen, Taito-ku, Tokyo

The Tokyo National Museum has several buildings. They are used depending on the character of exhibitions. All the buildings have elevators so visitors can easily move to other floors. Besides the permanent exhibition (of Japanese swords where foreigners show interest), some special exhibitions attract a large number of visitors in a long queue. The routes from the nearest Ueno Station (JR) are mostly flat and information about parking spaces for wheelchair users is available by making contact in advance.
* Line arrow(s) on the map are our "Recommended Route"(s).
Ueno: JR, Tokyo Metro (Ginza Line)
Keisei Ueno: Keisei
Elevator between platform and ticket gateUeno(JR, Ginza Line): Elevator available
Keisei Ueno(Keisei): Elevator available
Elevator between ticket gate and outsideUeno(JR, Ginza Line): Elevator available
Keisei Ueno(Keisei): Elevator available
Recommended routeFrom Ueno(JR): Park exit
Brochure availabe:English, Chinese, Korean, French, German, Spanish
Staff available: English, Chinese, Korean
Wheelchairs available
AccessAlmost flat
EntranceAuto door, almost flat
InsideAlmost flat, elevator availble
ParkingUse nearby parking facility, notify in advance for the space of the wheelchair user
Research date
November, 2015