Tin Toy Message
Children eventually grow up.One thing they will always remember is their toys.
What attracted me to tin toys was the way they made me feelnostalgic.
The oldest tin toys were made in the Meiji Era in 1890's and as time passed
they were developed in many differentforms.
Considering that they were all made by hand,a surprising quantity of them
were made at the time.
Even though there were so many tin toys,over time they all disappeared.
I'd like people to have a glimpse of colorsand cultures past through these
These toys have lasted through the war and all sorts of other times.
These toys are more thanjust nostalgic,they have a power to move people's
Address : 239 Yamate-cho,Naka-ku,Yokohama,Kanagawa
Tel : 045-621-8710
Opening Hours : Open everyday 9:30am-6pm
Admission : Adult 200 yen Child 100 yen
Three ways to get there:
・From the JR Ishikawacho Station South Exit 15 min walk.
・From the JR Sakuragicho
Station take bus#11.
Exit bus at the Motomachi
Koen stop.1 min walk.
・From Minatomirai 21 Line,
Exit at Motomachi-Chukagai
Station 5 min walk from the