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NHK Museum of Broadcasting

105-0002 Tokyo, Japan

Address 2-1-1, Atago, Minato-ku
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Radio and Kommunication in general
  • TV and image recording
  • Wire- & tape recording
  • Record players with pick up
  • Transmitting and Studio technique


Opening times
Tuesday - Sunday: 9:30 - 16:30

Admission
Status from 04/2020
Free entry.

Contact
Tel.:+81-03-5400-6900   

Homepage www.nhk.or.jp/museum/english

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Location / Directions
N35.663782° E139.748325°N35°39.82692' E139°44.89950'N35°39'49.6152" E139°44'53.9700"

Subway

Kamiyacho Station (Hibiya Line)
Toranomon Station (Ginza Line)
Onarimon Station (Toei Mita Line)

JR

Shimbashi Station

Bus

Jikeikai Idai-mae Bus Stop
(City Bus: Running between Tokyo Station Marunouch South Exit and Todoroki Soshajo)
(Tokyu Bus: Running between Tokyo Station Marunouch South Exit and Todoroki)
Toranomon San-chome Bus Stop
(City Bus: Running between Shimbashi Station North Exit and Shibuya Station)

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

J: Nihon Seiki Co. Ltd. NHK-3 (1938)
J: Panasonic, NHK-11 (1941)
J: Tiger Electric NHK-123 (1941?)
J: Televian テレビアン, NHK-122 (1942)

Description

The NHK Museum of Broadcast was opened in 1956 as the first museum exclusively exhibiting the broadcasting items in Atagoyama in Tokyo, the birthplace of Japan's broadcasting history. 80 years have passed since broadcasting was started in Japan in 1925. Since then, the broadcasting technology has greatly progressed from radio to television, later to satellite broadcasting and High-Definition. Here in this museum, 20,000 items of broadcasting equipments and 6,500 books and literature related to broadcasting are exhibited sequentially.


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