The Philatelic Museum in Mejiro Tokyo exhibits about 1,000 stamps from among a collection of 300,000 issued since 1960 from all over the world, with a different theme every three months.

You can also buy stamps from all over the world or even create your own self-portrait stamps (not actually usable).

Philatelic Museum Mejiro Tokyo

Philatelic Museum Information

NamePhilatelic Museum
ClosedMondays, during exhibition changes, year-end and New Year’s holidays
FeeAdults 200 yen, Elementary and junior high school students 100 yen
Free on “Fumi no Hi”, the 23rd of every month.
(If the 23rd is a Monday, the following 24th is free.)
Address1-4-23 Mejiro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo

How To Get To The Philatelic Museum

  • 3 minutes walk from Mejiro Station
  • Or 7 minutes walk from Takadanobaba Station

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