The small but free Ryogoku Fireworks Museum exhibits full-size models of fireworks and other materials.

Ryogoku was the site of the Sumida River Fireworks Festival, known as the Ryogoku Fireworks in the Edo period.

Ryogoku Fireworks Museum Information

NameRyogoku Fireworks Museum
(Ryogoku Fireworks Museum)
ClosedMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday (open July-August)
AddressSumitomo Fudosan Ryogoku Building 1F, 2-10-8 Ryogoku, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Telephone03-5608-6951(Sumida Culture and Tourism Association)

How To Get To The Ryogoku Fireworks Museum

  • 3 minutes walk from West Exit of Ryogoku Station on Sobu Line
  • Or 10 minutes walk from Exit A4 of Ryogoku Station on Toei Oedo Line.
  • Enter the right side of the Sumitomo Fudosan Ryogoku Building, at the back of the protruding part of the building.

Whare Is The Ryogoku Fireworks Museum?

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