But it has not yet appeared in one of the most popular travel guides we carry with us, and we have heard of it locally. I occasionally see poor reviews on it, but we are glad we visited and thought it was an unremarkable gem. It is located in the Tohoku Kita district of Osaka. It is easily accessible by subway. It is reached from where we live via Suji 6chome Station, where Exit 3 takes us a few steps away. Even so, it is located in an unusual location, and it is easy to miss the conspicuous signs on the 8th and 9th floors of the Municipal Housing Information Center. When we walked to the main building of the museum, we saw a part of the town in the late Edo period, looking down from the main street.
In fact, for adults, this folk toy museum has a lot of childhood memories in it. However, if there are many toys, they may not be very familiar to Chinese people. Children actually have a good time.
Okayama is the hometown of Momotaro. At the entrance of the museum, I hesitated about whether to go in or not. Would it be naive... Fortunately, I went in. It was quite interesting inside. There is a lot of scientific truth in the museum, but it is still naive Funny game. It's also fun to play with it.
The Japanese Folk Toy Museum is located in the Kurashiki Bikan District. It displays folk toys made in Japan from Edo to Showa (AD 18 to 1980s).
There are a lot of magical toys on display, and it feels that they look particularly magical because of blind spots? Quite interesting place