there’s always something new popping up in the neighborhoods of Tokyo. This time the new kid isn’t so new, welcome to the Snoopy Museum.
Set to open it’s doors around March of 2016, the Snoopy Museum Tokyo is a “cooperative” effort between Sony Creative Products and the Charles M. Schulz Museum.
The Snoopy Museum will display original artwork, vintage memorabilia, and other related artifacts on loan from the Research Center on a rotating, six-month basis.
Advance tickets will become available this December, with pricing details yet to be announced. Oddly enough, the Snoopy Museum is being planned as a non-permanent (similar to the John Lennon museum) facility, and is tentatively scheduled to close its doors for good in September of 2018, we already have our eyes set on it.
Snoopy Museum Tokyo / スヌーピーミュージアム
Address: Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Roppongi 5-6
Trivia note: the name Peanuts wasn’t something the creator really like. Shultz said ” I have never been very fond of the name”