EventWe hold special exhibitons, planned exhibitions and lectures for the public or children in Shinagawa historical museum.
Expanded Shinagawa Seaside – From the Beginning of Land Reclamation until the Birth of the Yashio Neighborhood
The majority of Shinagawa City east of the old Tokaido Road is land reclaimed from the waters of Tokyo Bay. This reclaimed land includes residential neighborhoods such as Yashio. While the neighborhood’s name means “Eight Tides” in Japanese, today few would guess that it was once part of the sea.
This exhibition tells the story of the Yashio neighborhood with a focus on the changing landscape along Shinagawa’s seaside.
|Open||October 4 to December 6
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (No admission accepted after 4:30 p.m.)
|Close||Every Monday (November 23 is excluded),November 24|
Elementary and Junior High:100yen
※Groups of more than 20 are 20% off.
※Seniors over 70 and the handicapped are free.
|Others||The museum is closed from September 28 to October 3 and December 7 to 11 because of changing exhibitions.|