For a local library and museum its quite large and of high end spec. Situated in Hibiya Park at the west end of Ginza its easy to find. It has an excellent exhibition on the archaeology of the area going back to Neolithic-Paleoloithic times. There is a great section on Edo Castle and a small section on archaeological finds in the Yaesu District of Tokyo (near the north exit of Tokyo Central Station) of the remains of a very early Christian Tomb from the Warring States period which contained a medallion which bears the inscription “Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception”. The explanations are in Japanese and no other languages so it's helpful at least to be able to read some Japanese otherwise its a case of just admiring the exhibits. There are some interesting paictures of Admiral Perry's 'visit' to Japan in 1853. Worth a visit
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