Tokaido Kawasaki-shuku Koryukan
Kawasaki Shuku flourished as one of the 53 Stages of the Tokaido during the Edo period. As a base facility for urban development, utilizing its history and culture, the museum has exhibits where visitors can learn about the history of Kawasaki and its inns. The museum also has an area where visitors can dress up in travelers' costumes and take commemorative photos, making it a landmark stop for visitors walking the streets. The museum regularly hosts rakugo (comic storytelling), kodan (storytelling), and other classical performing arts in order to promote the charms of Kawasaki.
In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), various facilities may change their operating days or hours. Check the official website for the latest information.
|Closed||Monday (open if national holiday, with the next non-closure day off)|
Free of charge
JR Kawasaki Station/Keikyu Kawasaki Station, Keikyu Express Line