Earlier this year, The Snoopy Museum made Tokyo’s Roppongi district its temporary home, offering an in-depth look into the world of Schulz’s beloved Peanuts world. Spanning 32,500 square feet, the museum is a collection of artifacts and regularly updated exhibitions curated by the original Charles M. Schulz Museum in California. Designed by Japanese studio Torafu Architects, the museum features an ultra modern and clean design, allowing the materials on display to define the space. Featuring a bevy of original Snoopy memorabilia, the Peanuts-themed Cafe Blanket and an extensive gift shop, Tokyo’s Snoopy Museum offers an immersive experience based on the classic series.
Snoopy Museum Tokyo
5-6-20 Roppongi, Minato-ku