Announcement from Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum

Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum will adhere to relevant guidelines and take necessary measures to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. We ask for your understanding regarding inconveniences during this time.

■■ Notices to visitors ■■

Requests to visitors:
•Please practice good etiquette by avoiding coughing near others, and washing and disinfecting your hands. Please wear a mask if you have symptoms such as sneezing or coughing.
•Please try to stay enough distance away from other visitors inside the museum.
•Please refrain from talking in exhibition room and inside the reconstructed buildings or talking with extremely loud voice in the open-air.
•Please refrain from any activities that form large groups (tours, photo sessions, gatherings etc.).
•Please do not disturb other visitors' viewing with staying in one place for a long time for photographing and sketching except taking snapshots with reconstructed buildings and exhibits.

Our measures to prevent the spread of infection:
•Staff members conduct daily temperature checks and confirm that they are in good health.
•Staff members may wear masks needed.
•Acrylic panels installed at counters.
•Disinfectant placed at the entrance to the museum.
•Thorough cleaning, disinfection, and ventilation inside the building.
•Restriction of entry to the exhibition room and viewing of the special exhibition to lessen the risk of infection (please check our website and SNS accounts for information about admission restriction).
•Reinforcement of ventilation, and doors and windows of the Visitor Center and the Rest House to be opened. Please take measures against outside temperature on your visit because the facilities will not be sufficiently air-conditioned.

Future plans are subject to change depending on circumstances in Japan and overseas. Please check the latest information on the official website or X(Twitter) account before visiting. Thank you for your understanding.