If you love the comic strip Peanuts™ and are planning to visit Tokyo, this is your last chance to visit the Snoopy Museum in Roppongi as it will be closing in September 2018.
A paradise for Snoopy fans, you can see artworks, shop for snoopy goodies and eat unique snoopy-inspired dishes.
Closing on September 24, 2018, now is the time to spend an afternoon with your beloved character!
First you have to buy a ticket which is thoughtfully designed. Each day, the ticket changes with a comic strip published on the same day of another year. A lovely way to collect many strips!
As soon as you enter the gallery, you will see a giant mosaic covering a whole wall with an image of Snoopy and Charlie Brown.
If you go closer, you will probably be surprised to see that it is made up of 4,500 comic strips.
The interiors are made using wood with splashes of color and illustrations of various Peanuts’ characters.
Precious handwritten drafts
As you read along, you will be inadvertently touched by the messages of love and friendship.
There is also an small screen showing animations.
A variety of collector’s items including limited-edition dolls and small objects.
At the coffee shop, you can find more Snoopy! From pancakes to coffee, even the napkins and coasters, everything here screams of Snoopy.
Brown’s Store is going to harm your wallet big time!
You can find stationery, sundries, apparel and even confectionery!
The mugs and bottles of water are absolutely adorable.
Don’t forget the last day is September 24, 2018, and the final exhibition is called “Friendship in Peanuts.”
Address: 5-6-20 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Open daily from 10:00 to 20:00 (admission until 19:30)
Adults : ¥2,000
University/College students: ¥1,400
Junior/Senior high school students: ¥1,000
4 year olds – Elementary school students: ¥600
Children under 3: Free
Website: Snoopy Museum