SpotAkatsuka Fujio Kaikan

Akatsuka Fujio Kaikan is a museum dedicated to the feat of a cartoonist, Akatsuka Fujio (1935-2008), who created the popular manga, "Tensai Bakabon." The museum, a five-minute walk from the station, displays many things including pictures drawn by Akatsuka's own hand. It also sells cute character goods.

Akatsuka Fujio Kaikan

赤塚不二夫会館

Access

From JR Ome Line Ome Station: 5 min on foot

Address

66 Sumie-cho, Ome-shi, Tokyo

住所

〒198-0084 東京都青梅市住江町66番地

TEL

0428-20-0355

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