About Our Museum

Visitors will definitively be able to feel and enjoy Fujiko・F・Fujio’s “Dream”,”Wonder”,
”Playful spirit” at our museum.

Fujiko・F・Fujio adhered to the principals of heart warming laughter, the everyday life, of children, and the slight intrigue of science fiction.
Fujiko・F・Fujio, pen name for Hiroshi Fujimoto, continuously wrote manga that filled the readers’ hearts with joy.
Dream, hope, friendship, courage, curiosity, and his affection for people…
Our museum is filled with Fujiko・F・Fujio’s ideas, and will continue sending his message to future generations.

Seven Concepts of Fujiko・F・Fujio Museum,
in Kawasaki-city

Fujiko・F・Fujio, who has long lived in Tama-ku, Kawasaki-city and continuously illustrated manga for children, was rewarded Cultural Award from Kawasaki-city, and had a strong relationship with the city.
Mrs. Fujiko’s wish, “I would like to return a favor to the children who have supported my husband’s manga.” have led to the planning of construction for this museum.
The museum was created as cultural facility for a wide range of generation, and intends to introduce his world and message through his original pictures.

  • まんが
  • 遊びゴコロ
  • SF-すこしふしぎ-
  • コミュニケーション(ふれあい)
  • 新しい発見
  • 自然
  • ホスピタリティ(おもてなし)

Fujiko・F・Fujio Biography

Real Name: Hiroshi Fujimoto
1933 Born on December 1st, in Takaoka-city, Toyama Prefecture.
1944 Became friends with Motoo Abiko, who was transferred to Fujimoto’s elementary school.
1951 Both were inspired by Osamu Tezuka and started to submit their work to periodicals.
“Tenshi no Tama-chan” was their publishing debut on “Mainichi Shogakusei Shinbun”.
1954 Moved to Tokyo with Mr. Abiko, so that they could earnestly aim for professional manga artist.
Resided at Tokiwa-so; i.e., an apartment where many young manga artists once lived before becoming famous. Chose Fujiko Fujio as their pen name.
1961 Moved to Ikuta, Kawasaki-city, Kanagawa Prefecture. Hereafter, they have created many masterpieces such as “Obake no Q-taro”, “Perman”, “Doraemon”, etc.
1987 They ended their partnership and renamed his nom de plume as “Fujiko・F・Fujio”.
1996 Passed away on September 23, at the age of 62.


Please be touched with the “affection” of

The intention of our museum is to explore where Fujiko・F・Fujio’s concept emerged from and to present the pleasure of manga writing, by mainly exhibiting his original pictures. We will continuously improve the museum so that the visitors could feel his “affection” and “geniality” which was expressed in his work.

We have variety of enthusiastic facilities from exhibition room with Fujiko・F・Fujio’s original pictures, manga reading room, theater room where films that could not be watched at any other places, field where you could meet with manga characters, cafeteria where visitors may enjoy our original menu, to souvenir shop full of attractive items. We will assure that every visitor will definitely enjoy our facilities and will be surprised how quickly the time flies in our museum.

Exhibition Rooms

1st Floor

2nd Floor

Other Facilities

How to Buy Tickets

Our museum requires reservation in advance so that every guest could
thoroughly enjoy the museum.

Admission Fee

Adult(ages 18 & over) 1,000yen
Junior(ages 13-17) 700yen
Child(ages 4-12) 500yen
*Children at the age of 3 or younger are free of charge
*Tax is included in the admission fee
*Maximum 6 tickets are available at each purchasing procedure.


Open Hours


Days Closed

Every Tuesday. The Year-end and New Year Holidays.
*We will announce any other special holidays in advance on this website.

Reservation Required

Our museum requires reservation in advance so that every guest could thoroughly enjoy the museum. Each day, entrance time is divided into 7 time-schedule.
(1)10:00 (2)11:00 (3)12:00
(4)13:00 (5)14:00 (6)15:00 (7)16:00
*Please note that visitors must enter the museum no later than one hour within the reservation time schedule.


2-chome 8-1 Nagao, Tama-ku, Kawasaki-city, Kanagawa Prefecture, 214-0023

Transportation Access

Shuttle bus service run from Noborito Station (Odakyu line or JR Nanbu line)
Approximately 16 minutes of walking from Mukougaoka Yuen station of Odakyu-line
Approximately 15 minutes of walking from Shuku-Gawara station of JR Nanbu line
Please visit our museum using public transportation.


Since there is no parking facility for the museum, please refrain from visiting by cars.
*Handicapped visitor who wishes to visit by car, please consult in advance.