・Smoking is prohibited throughout the museum.
・Please read "Photography in the Museum" for more information about photography in the museum.
・Please limit use of mobile phones to areas that will not disturb other guests.
・Please refrain from eating and drinking within the museum building. You can eat and drink at the lawn however take your own garbage with you. We have museum's café facilities as well.
・The museum does not have a car parking lot. Please use public transportation.
・Our bike parking lot capacity is roughly 80 bikes. (small motorbikes also ok)
・Admission on electric cart (mobility scooter) is not possible.
・Pets are not allowed.
・The museum is not responsible for accidents which occur due to customer carelessness.
・You may be asked to leave if you are disturbing other guests.
・Bringing dangerous goods into the museum is forbidden.
・Interfering with management of the museum is forbidden.
・You may not hold speeches or assemblies, distribute fliers, questionnaire survey etc., or sell goods within the museum premises without prior permission.
・People with mobility impairments or cognitive disabilities, as well as atomic bomb survivors are given free admission to the museum. (Please provide proof （or MIRAIRO-ID） of disability, or bomb survivor designation upon arrival)
・In principle, one assistant accompanying you will be granted free entry to the museum. *We do not consider children younger than elementary school age to be aides in attendance of persons disabilities.
・You may bring a seeing-eye dog, hearing assistance dog, or service dog.
・People with disabilities may use up to 3 spaces in the bike parking lot. (If you wish to travel by car, please contact us ahead of time.)
・There is an access ramp at the entrance for wheelchair users.
・The building is fitted with an elevator for wheelchair users.
・Accessible restrooms are on the 1st floor (ground level) and 2nd floor
・Please feel free to ask the staff about other barrier-free details.
・The "Children's Library", lined with old and new educational manga and picture books, is a room that both parents and children can enjoy.
・The museum does not provide rental baby strollers.
・There is a baby changing table in the 1st floor restroom (ground level).
・A completely private baby care room, mamaro, is located on the 3rd floor of the building for nursing, diaper changing, baby food, and other baby care needs.
・The group rate will be applied in cases where admission fees are collectively paid for a group of 20 people or more who enter the museum at the same time.
Purchase Online Ticket
You can buy admission tickets online as well.
・Booking in advance will ensure smooth guidance at the time of admission. Please apply by contact form.
・If your group wishes to take part in a group workshop please fill out the application form accessible via the group workshop page.
・There is nowhere on museum grounds that tourist buses can be parked.
・To protect artwork, please refrain from using flash photography.
・Publication of exhibits and images of copyrighted works may infringe copyright.
・Publication of visitor and staff images may infringe portrait/identity rights.
・If photography/filming is not permitted in a specific exhibition, etc. there will be signage displayed in the venue.
・General photography for commercial purposes is prohibited.
・For press, please contact the Manga Museum's public relations department.
・Please take care not to disturb other visitors.
・If the museum considers it to be a nuisance, the museum staff may ask you to stop shooting.
・Users are responsible for the use of captured images. The museum assumes no responsibility.