Japan Spinning Top Museum
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Approx. 20,000 tops are collected from all over Japan and
also from over 60 countries in the world.

Approx. 20,000 toys and household goods for children since the Edo period (1603-1868) and
approx. 1,000 hand-made toys and folk instruments from across the sea.
If you would like to know how to play or handle traditional play and games
staffs will show you.


Japan Spinning Top Museum


There are so many tops !





Hours
10:00-17:00

Closed
Closed at occasionally
(Please call and confirm in advance)

Admission
Free

Address
4-7-2 Nakanoshima-dori, Minato-ku, Nagoya
És`撆Vʂ4-7-2

TEL
052-661-3671

Access
Get off at Tsukijiguchi zn Sta. on the Meiko Subway Line.
Take exit 3. Turn left. Walk approx. 1km.
Cross an orange bridge (Nakagawa-bashi bridge)
Turn to the right at the Tsukisan-cho zO intersection.
100m ahead. Left side.
or
Get off at Inaei i sta. on the Aonami Line.
Walk to the East approx. 1km.
Turn to the left at the Tsukisan-cho zO intersection.
100m ahead. Left side.



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