Arima Toys and Automata Museum
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(C)KOBE CONVENTION & VISITORS ASSOCIATION
Arima Toys and Automata Museum holds toys with great ideas and superior in design are collected from inside and outside Japan. Approximately 400 collections of toys are selected by themes in exhibition rooms from the 3rd to 6th floor. You can actually play with toys made from wood and games in a playing space on the 5th floor. You can come in and out the museum all day on the day of entrance. If you find your favorite piece, you can play with it as many times as you want.
|Address||Kobe, Kita-ku Arima-cho797|
|Access||5-minute walk from Kobe Railway Arima Onsen Station.|
|Hours||9:30 - 18:00|
|Regular holiday||One Wednesday of every month (please inquire to confirm)|
|Fee||Adults (Middle School students and above) ￥800; Children (3-12 years) ￥500; Children under 3 free|
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