Guide to museum admittance
(prior admittance reservations)

Guide to museum admittance
(prior admittance reservations)

For the time being the Printing Museum, Tokyo will be operating a prior admittance reservations system in order to protect the safety of visitors and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
We regret the inconvenience but hope we may rely on your cooperation.
Admittance reservations can be made at the bottom of this page.
*Please note that changes may be made according to the situation. We thank you in advance for your understanding.

Prior reservations for the basement floor
General Exhibition Zone and the P&P Gallery

  • All visitors including those eligible for free admittance are required to make a prior reservation online (designated date and time ticket).
  • Reservations can be made only from the respective reservation forms. Reservations over the telephone et cetera cannot be accepted.
    (With regard to reservation for the library, please refer to the Guide to Museum Admittance below.)
  • Dates and times will be designated at 30-minute intervals. There are no restrictions on the amount of time that visitors can spend in the Museum.
  • These rules cover all visitors. Those with invitation tickets, junior high school students and younger, those aged 70 or over, those with a Certificate for Persons with Disabilities et cetera and all other people eligible for free admittance must also make an admittance reservation via the reservations site.
  • Those wishing to take a tour of or experience the Printing House must make a prior reservation for a General Exhibition ticket including Printing House tour or a General Exhibition ticket including printing experience.

■Exhibitions for which reservations are accepted

Basement floor   Exhibition Zone

General Exhibition

Admission:

General: 400 yen

Students: 200 yen

High school students: 100 yen

Admission is free of charge for junior high school students and younger children, those aged 70 or over, and those with a Certificate for Persons with Disabilities.

1st floor   P&P Gallery

Complexity and Simplicity: Jōmon and Yayoi DNA in Japanese Package Design

Schedule: Aug. 7, 2021 (Sat) - Oct. 3, 2021 (Sun)

Admission: Free

■Admittance to the Museum after making a reservation

  • When arriving at the Museum please show the entrance staff a mobile screen with the designated date and time ticket or a printout of the screen. Visitors will not be able to enter the Museum without showing either of these.
  • Those with invitation tickets, those aged 70 or over, those with a Certificate for Persons with Disabilities et cetera and all other people eligible for free admittance are requested to show their invitation tickets or other certification.

Guide to museum admittance

  • In the event only that the scheduled number of online reservations is not filled, admission on the day will be possible on a first-come-first-served basis. Admission may not be possible on certain days due to the state of visitors accepted. We thank you in advance for your understanding.
  • Museum opening hours: 10:00 to 18:00
  • The Printing House tours take place on every Tuesday and Wednesday, while the printing experiences are held on from Thursday to Sunday and public holidays.
  • Use of the Library requires a separate prior reservation.

■Important note regarding use of the library

  • Library use will be restricted to three-hour sessions, and numbers limited to two people per session.
    Time session
    10:00 to 13:00
    14:00 to 17:00
    Number of users
    2 people
    2 people
  • Number of books that can be viewed: Up to five books
  • To consult the library’s reference section please phone or e-mail in advance.

■Using the library

Contact the Museum by e-mail or telephone three days before you wish to use the library, and provide the following information.
Please be aware that depending on the situation of library use we may not be able to meet your wishes.

  • Your name
  • Contact details (e-mail address/telephone number)
  • The date and time you wish you to use the library
  • The number of people intending to use the library
  • The material that you wish to look at

Initiatives taken by the Museum

  • Implementation of temperature reading at the Museum entrance
  • Placing of alcohol-based hand sanitizers in all facilities
  • Thoroughness in disinfecting, cleaning and ventilation within the museum
  • Checking of the temperatures and state of health of staff, suppliers and all people related to the Museum
  • Implementation of restrictions on admittance to all facilities in order to prevent the three factors increasing the risk of infection (enclosed spaces, crowds, close contact)
  • Wearing of face masks, faceguards and gloves by staff and installation of panels to prevent droplet infection in the ticket counter, Museum Shop and places where visitors come into contact with staff
  • Securing of spaced seating in the VR Theater et cetera

Please note that in the event that a person infected with COVD-19 is discovered in the Museum this information will be posted on the Museum website. Visitors are requested to make a note of the date that they visit the Museum. Please check the Museum website regularly and in the event that a case of infection is reported contact the consultation point of your home prefecture or city.

Requests to visitors

  • Please do not visit the Museum if you have symptoms such as a fever, cough or are feeling weak.
  • The temperature of visitors will be read upon entry to the Museum. Visitors with a temperature of 37.5 degrees or over will be refused admittance.
  • Visitors must wear face masks when entering the Museum.
  • Please cooperate by washing your hands and applying alcohol-based hand sanitizers.
  • Please ensure you keep a distance of two meters between yourself and others.
  • Please do not touch the exhibits, exhibit cases, equipment or walls.
  • Entrance restrictions may be enforced in each of the facilities.

Regarding the treatment of personal information

This page will take you the Museum’s online designated date and tickets (hereinafter “online tickets”) site, operated by K.K. ETIX DATA FARM (hereinafter “the operators”).
As a part of its countermeasures against COVID-19, The Printing Museum, Tokyo (hereinafter “the Museum”), has adopted an online tickets system. When applying for online tickets visitors will be requested to register personal information including e-mail addresses, the treatment of which will be as follows.

1. Purpose of use
Information will be used only in cases requisite for the operation of the Museum such as the event that a visitor to the Museum is discovered to be infected with COVID-19, upon which those who have visited the Museum will be contacted.
2. Regarding treatment of information
The personal information of visitors (including e-mail addresses) will be directly acquired by the operators and in the event that an infected person is discovered among visitors, direct contact will be made by the operators.
Please note that in the event that visitors who have purchased online tickets forget to bring the tickets, or when their QR codes cannot be scanned due to battery loss, verification of identity may be made through the online tickets service, but the Museum will not ordinarily receive such information from the operators.
With regard to the treatment of any other information registered with the operators please check the operator’s terms of service.

Visitors who give their consent to the above are requested to click “I give my consent and want to go the online tickets page” and complete the application process.

Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. The Printing Museum, Tokyo

Regarding the treatment of personal information

This page will take you the Museum’s online designated date and tickets (hereinafter “online tickets”) site, operated by K.K. ETIX DATA FARM (hereinafter “the operators”).
As a part of its countermeasures against COVID-19, The Printing Museum, Tokyo (hereinafter “the Museum”), has adopted an online tickets system. When applying for online tickets visitors will be requested to register personal information including e-mail addresses, the treatment of which will be as follows.

1. Purpose of use
Information will be used only in cases requisite for the operation of the Museum such as the event that a visitor to the Museum is discovered to be infected with COVID-19, upon which those who have visited the Museum will be contacted.
2. Regarding treatment of information
The personal information of visitors (including e-mail addresses) will be directly acquired by the operators and in the event that an infected person is discovered among visitors, direct contact will be made by the operators.
Please note that in the event that visitors who have purchased online tickets forget to bring the tickets, or when their QR codes cannot be scanned due to battery loss, verification of identity may be made through the online tickets service, but the Museum will not ordinarily receive such information from the operators.
With regard to the treatment of any other information registered with the operators please check the operator’s terms of service.

Visitors who give their consent to the above are requested to click “I give my consent and want to go the online tickets page” and complete the application process.

Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. The Printing Museum, Tokyo

Regarding the treatment of personal information

This page will take you the Museum’s online designated date and tickets (hereinafter “online tickets”) site, operated by K.K. ETIX DATA FARM (hereinafter “the operators”).
As a part of its countermeasures against COVID-19, The Printing Museum, Tokyo (hereinafter “the Museum”), has adopted an online tickets system. When applying for online tickets visitors will be requested to register personal information including e-mail addresses, the treatment of which will be as follows.

1. Purpose of use
Information will be used only in cases requisite for the operation of the Museum such as the event that a visitor to the Museum is discovered to be infected with COVID-19, upon which those who have visited the Museum will be contacted.
2. Regarding treatment of information
The personal information of visitors (including e-mail addresses) will be directly acquired by the operators and in the event that an infected person is discovered among visitors, direct contact will be made by the operators.
Please note that in the event that visitors who have purchased online tickets forget to bring the tickets, or when their QR codes cannot be scanned due to battery loss, verification of identity may be made through the online tickets service, but the Museum will not ordinarily receive such information from the operators.
With regard to the treatment of any other information registered with the operators please check the operator’s terms of service.

Visitors who give their consent to the above are requested to click “I give my consent and want to go the online tickets page” and complete the application process.

Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. The Printing Museum, Tokyo

Regarding the treatment of personal information

This page will take you the Museum’s online designated date and tickets (hereinafter “online tickets”) site, operated by K.K. ETIX DATA FARM (hereinafter “the operators”).
As a part of its countermeasures against COVID-19, The Printing Museum, Tokyo (hereinafter “the Museum”), has adopted an online tickets system. When applying for online tickets visitors will be requested to register personal information including e-mail addresses, the treatment of which will be as follows.

1. Purpose of use
Information will be used only in cases requisite for the operation of the Museum such as the event that a visitor to the Museum is discovered to be infected with COVID-19, upon which those who have visited the Museum will be contacted.
2. Regarding treatment of information
The personal information of visitors (including e-mail addresses) will be directly acquired by the operators and in the event that an infected person is discovered among visitors, direct contact will be made by the operators.
Please note that in the event that visitors who have purchased online tickets forget to bring the tickets, or when their QR codes cannot be scanned due to battery loss, verification of identity may be made through the online tickets service, but the Museum will not ordinarily receive such information from the operators.
With regard to the treatment of any other information registered with the operators please check the operator’s terms of service.

Visitors who give their consent to the above are requested to click “I give my consent and want to go the online tickets page” and complete the application process.

Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. The Printing Museum, Tokyo