The Snoopy Museum in Tokyo is the only branch of the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa California. The museum originally opened in Roppongi in 2016, but was relocated to Minami-Machida and reopened in 2018-2019. The reason for the relocation was that the new location had almost twice the area available and also had a green area.
The museum offers the visitor multi-dimensional exhibitions which deal with the legacy of Charles M. Schulz and his peanuts. The fan can also see original excerpts from original comics, vintage articles and animations here.
In the shop "The Brown's Store" there are original Peanuts fan articles, which were produced exclusively for the Snoopy Museum, and in the "Peanuts Cafe", thematically appropriate menus are offered to linger in a playful atmosphere.
33 minutes by express from Shibuya Station, about 20 minutes from Shin-Yokohama Station. 4 minutes on foot from Tokyu Denentoshi Line Minamimachida Granbury Park Station.
Delicious Indian food in Machida's Kanamori: The small unassuming restaurant is situated on a busy thoroughfare, crowded with car dealerships and discount stores. It's easy to miss. But you'll be glad you didn't if you stop in to sample their mouthwatering array of curries and appetizers.
Serigaya Park (芹ヶ谷公園, Serigaya Kōen) is a park near Machida station popular for cherry blossom viewing.
The Yokohama Zoological Garden" "ZOORASIA" "opened in 1999 is a unique zoo that works with as few fences as possible so that visitors can observe the animals in an environment similar to their natural habitat. The zoo is therefore one of the zoological gardens of Japan with the greatest focus on animal husbandry as appropriate. The zoo is divided into areas with different climatic zones, such as an Asian tropical forest, sub-arctic forest, Amazon jungle, Japanese landscape and African tropical rainforest. There is also a grass park and the "" Wanpaku forest "" with play equipment for the children. In addition, the zoo includes the Yokohama Breeding Center, a closed facility that was founded with the aim of researching wild animals and effectively contributing to the conservation of rare species.
Yakushi-ike Park is a medium sized park filled with seasonal flowers. Inside the park you can find historic buildings such as the former Nagai family residence and the Ogino family residence.