This Fukuromono Museum in Ryokoku, Tokyo tells the history of bags from the Edo period.

There are also collections of Azumaya, a manufacturer of sacks, and manufacturing tools such as manual sewing machines, as well as panel displays.

Fukuromono Museum Information

NameThe Museum of Furomono
Fukuromono Hakubutsukan (Museum of Furomono)
ClosedSundays, Saturdays except the 2nd and 4th
There is a possibility to be opened after hours if you contact us.
FeeAdmission is free
Address2F Azumaya, 1-1-7 Ryogoku, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

How To Get To The Fukuromono Museum

About 8 minutes on foot from Ryogoku Station on the JR Sobu Line

Where Is The Fukuromono Museum?

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