The Paulownia Wood Furniture Museum in Ryogoku, Tokyo is a small but stylish area that exhibits paulownia wood products and chest-making tools from the Edo period.

The museum corner is located on the first floor of Tanaka, one of the leading manufacturers of paulownia chests in Japan.

There are also panel displays showing the history of paulownia chests, their relationship with the Japanese people, and the characteristics of paulownia.

Paulownia Wood Furniture Museum Ryogoku Tokyo
Paulownia Wood Furniture Museum Ryogoku Tokyo

Paulownia Wood Furniture Museum Information

NamePaulownia Museum
(Kiri no Hakubutsukan)
ClosedWednesdays, GW, summer, year-end and New Year holidays, and other temporary closures
Address4-1-8 Ryogoku, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

How To Get To The Paulownia Wood Furniture Museum

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

Where Is The Paulownia Wood Furniture Museum

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