This category lists sites which present the history of an era or region through collections in museums composed of historic artifacts located in Japan.

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Asuka Historical Museum
History and art of Asuka, the first Japanese capital in 7th century. [Japanese and English].
Edo-Tokyo Museum
A place to learn more about Tokyo’s history and culture, including special exhibitions, lectures, an Audio-Visual Hall, the Audio Visual Library, and a library.
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
Includes a virtual tour, photographs and artifacts, basic principle of the bomb, dropping of the bomb, and the effects of the bomb. [Japanese/English]
Katsushika City Museum
Features local history and astronomy. Includes hours, calendar of events, links, photos, admission fees and directions. Located in Tokyo.
Lake Biwa Museum
Exhibits cultural and natural history of the region, including the research on the historical relationship of man and lake habitats. Includes staff members, hours, admission fees, facilities, links, directions. [Japanese and English].
National Museum of Japanese History
Features prehistoric periods to modern times. Includes photo galleries, calendar of events, hours and directions. Located in Sakura City, Chiba. [Japanese and English].
Niigata Prefectural Museum of History
A place to learn about the anthropology, archaeology, folklore, and history of Niigata prefecture, includes exhibits, activities, publications, news, and links.
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