Parliamentary Museum

Parliamentary Museum

-Introduction-

The Parliamentary Museum was set up in 1970, in commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the Japanese parliament, to give the people a better understanding of parliamentary democracy. The Museum was opened in March 1972.
The Museum introduces the organization and management of the Diet through materials and videos, collects and regularly exhibits materials related to the history of parliamentary government and statesmen who have made significant contributions to it.


Information

Admission @Free

Opening @hours @9:30-17:00 (enter before 16:30)

Closing @days @the last day of the month,December28-January4 of the following year

Address @1-8-1,Nagatacho,Chiyoda-ku,Tokyo @ 100-0014

Telephone @03-3581-1651


Leaflet iEnglish j iPDF E 667KB j


Leaflet iChinese j iPDF E 926KB j


Leaflet iKorean j iPDF E 762KB j

Access&Directions

Subway(Tokyo Metro)
Yurakucho line/Hanzomon line/Namboku line
Get off at Nagatacho station
5minutes on foot from Exit number2

Marunouchi line/Chiyoda line
Get off at Kokkai-gijidomae station
9minutes on foot from Exit number2

Bus(Toei) Shimbashi station `Otakibashi shako route
Get off at Kokkai-gijidomae stop
3minutes on foot

As there is no parking for visitors, please refrain from visiting by car

Map


Map

Garden iNorth garden/South garden j

At the front park of the Diet Building, you will be able to enjoy the changes with the seasons as its
many different kinds of plants and trees.It is cherished by the people as an oasis in the heart of Tokyo.


-Information-

Free of charge
Opening hours @9:00-17:30
Closing days @December29-January3 of the following year






Sakura

Azalea Dogwood

North garden




Clock tower

Clock tower in the North garden




South garden South garden

South garden




Spring Summer Autumn



The House of Representatives
1-7-1 Nagatacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014, Japan

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