Former Shimbashi Stop "150th Anniversary of Railway Opening Shimbashi Stop, Opening!"
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the opening of Japan the first railway between Shimbashi and Yokohama on October 14, 1872 (Meiji 5).
In this exhibition, we will introduce the situation at that time through the Shimbashi Station, which became the gateway to the Tokyo side, and the opening ceremony held in the presence of Emperor Meiji. The "Old Shimbashi Stop" at the venue is a building that reproduces the exterior of the Shimbashi stop at the time of the opening of the railway in the same position as at that time. In the excavation of buried cultural properties prior to the redevelopment work of Shiodome Shiosite site, the foundation stones and relics of the premises facilities such as the station building and platform at the time of the opening of the railway were excavated, and some of them are exhibited in the permanent exhibition room of the museum. In conjunction with this exhibition, we hope that it will help us to look back on the history of Shiodome, the place where the railway was opened.
*Admission until 15 minutes before closing
|Holiday||Every Monday (except on public holidays, it is open and closed on the following Tuesday)|
During equipment inspection
|Transportation||5 minutes on foot from JR Shimbashi Station "Ginza Exit"|
3 minutes on foot from Shiodome Station "Shimbashi Station Ticket Gate" on the Toei Oedo Line
3 minutes on foot from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Shimbashi Station "Exit 2"
3 minutes on foot from Toei Asakusa Line Shimbashi Station "JR Shimbashi Station, Shiodome Direction Ticket Gate"
New Kotsu Yurikamome Shimbashi Station 3 minutes on foot from the ticket gate
* Groups of 30 or more people should contact us in advance.