A small modern museum of the history of advertising in Japan, run by Japan's biggest ad company Dentsu. Probably the most interesting section is war-time propaganda, with posters exhorting the populace to grow pumpkins and apply for permits before listening to the radio. Most exhibits annotated in English.
Japan, 〒105-0021 Tōkyō-to, Minato-ku, Higashishinbashi, 1 Chome−3−1, ＯＤＡＢＬＤＧ．Ｎｏ．２ 8-
Nearest Transit: Shimbashi (Line: (G))
Advertising Museum Tokyo and Nearby Attractions on Map
Tokyo Tower(1.7 km)
Soaring to a height of 332.
Imperial Palace(2.4 km)
The Imperial Palace in Tokyo is the official residence of the Emperor of Japan, built on the site of the former Edo Castle.
Tsukiji Fish Market(0.5 km)
Officially known as the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market, the famous Tsukiji Fish Market is worth a visit for its 1600 stalls of exotic and delicious marine animals, including large blue fin tuna, live shell fish, deep sea crabs, eels, and salmon.
Zōjō-ji Temple(1.4 km)
Founded by Yūyo Shōsō in the 14th century, the Zōjō-ji is the headquarters of the Chinzei branch of Jōdo-shū Buddhism.
Hama-rikyu Gardens(0.2 km)
Originally built by 17th century daimyo Matsudaira Tsunashige as a private residence and duck hunting grounds at the mouth of the Sumida River, Hama-rikyu is now a public walking garden with an all-season range of flowers and flowering trees.
San-ai Building(0.8 km)
The heart of Ginza is the intersection of Chuo-dori and Harumi-dori, dominated by the glass cylinder of this building.
Hie Shrine(2.3 km)
Another prominent shrine in Tokyo and the Sanno Matsuri festival it hosts in June is counted among the 3 Great festival of Tokyo.
Tsukiji Hongan-ji(0.9 km)
A Jodo Shinshu temple just a few blocks away from the fish market, worth seeing because of its unique, South Asian-inspired architecture.
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