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Mintage Tokyo museum

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Hidden : 1/29/2010
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Mintage Tokyo museum

Here is a museum that is within the enclosure of the Mint Bureau Tokyo branch. Old coins of the large size and the koban, etc. in Edo period, money, and the orders, etc. have been exhibited. 20 yen gold coin issued at the beginning of the Showa era and money not issued might be very unusual, and be worthy of the glance.

Money can stock with the legume knowledge concerning money why it is round, and there a coin that is the opening of the hole why. "Mr. coin" that examines the state of money diagnoses the state of money on hand, and issues the medical certificate. It is where or looking for is also happy for Kitty and Mickey's commemorative coins to have been exhibited.

The visit in the factory is also possible when reserving it.

Closed is Saturday and Sunday. HOURS is 9:00?17:00 (The entrance : to 16:00).

It is possible to look for on the premises even on holiday because it sets it up in the vicinity of ..eliminating.. beginning of the entrance.

There is no pen in cash and have the pen, please.

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