Traditional Crafts Museum
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Traditional Crafts Museum information
Asakusa has a long artisan tradition and changing exhibitions of local crafts – such as Edo-kiriko (cut glass) – are on display here. Demonstrations are held on Saturdays and Sundays (between 11am and 5pm).