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Tokyo Maritime Science Museum
Link(founder & first curator) Ryoichi Sasagawa
3-1 Higashi-yashio, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Tel 03-5500-1111

Located along Tokyo Bay, this museum is shaped like a ship. The museum's exhibits are nearly all in Japanese, and deal with maritime history, shipbuilding and all facets of Maritime Science. Although its WWII collections are limited, it is still worthwhile.

Click For EnlargementThe upstairs gallery includes large scale models of WWI and WWII ships of the Imperial Japanese Navy, including a nearly 15' model of the super-battleship, Yamato, and other smaller models of battleships and Mikasa, Mutsu and Myoko

16" Gun Barrel from Battleship Mutsu
Displayed outside the museum is a single, 16" gun barrel (406.4 mm) barrel from Mutsu

H8K2 Emily Manufacture Number 426
Displayed at the museum from 1980 - 2004. Now, moved to Kanayo Base Musuem

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