If you’re a fan of Snoopy, you might want to book a flight to Japan now, because the world’s first Snoopy Museum just opened yesterday in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo.
The museum is in partnership with with the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center in Santa Rosa, California, and will feature rotating exhibits related to anything Snoopy!
The first exhibit, running from April 23 to September 25, is called My Favorite Peanuts and will feature 60 original Peanuts cartoons, personally selected by Schulz’s wife, Jean.
Besides exhibits, the Snoopy Museum will feature the Brown Store, where you can buy exclusive merchandise only available at the museum, and the Blanket Cafe, which has themed food and drinks.
Tickets will cost Y1,800 (roughly P752.45) for adults, and must be purchased in advance at Lawson convenience stores and on the Lawson website. Walk-ins are also accepted, but only if there are available tickets. Walk-in tickets will cost Y2,000 (roughly P836.06).
The Snoopy Museum is located at Roppongi 5-6-20, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
Check out some photos below:
【BROWN’S STORE】オリジナルグッズのご紹介です。「四角いマグネット4個セット」。オープン記念展「愛しのピーナッツ。」限定コミック柄、カラフルなフェイス柄の2種類があります。 pic.twitter.com/Pv3obSpuDj
— SNOOPY MUSEUM TOKYO (@snoopy_m_tokyo) April 9, 2016
【BROWN’S STORE】オリジナルグッズのご紹介です。「スヌーピーぬいぐるみ 1950」。スヌーピーがピーナッツに初登場したのは1950年10月4日のこと。その記念すべき姿を特別に再現したメモリアルなぬいぐるみです。 pic.twitter.com/aLSn1vAcQc
— SNOOPY MUSEUM TOKYO (@snoopy_m_tokyo) April 5, 2016
— SNOOPY MUSEUM TOKYO (@snoopy_m_tokyo) April 4, 2016
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