The special exhibition room holds exhibitions to disseminate the university's academic resources and research results.
A variety of traditional Japanese crafts born from Japanese lifestyle, including ceramics, lacquerware, and textiles are exhibited.This exhibition presents an overview of traditional Japanese craftsmanship, which is unique in the world in its richness of design and expression.
The museum presents documents related to police, trials and punishment in the Edo period. And instrument of torture, punishment tools, and tools for catching criminals of the time, as well as the modern world punishment tools are on display. "The Guillotine" and "The Iron Maiden of Nuremberg" (reproduction) are exhibited only here in Japan.
Meiji University has played a key role in the development of Japanese archaeology, and the history and results of its many investigations are displayed here.The museum exhibits a variety of excavated articles such as haniwa and dogu, the clay figurines, excavated from ancient Japanese ruins.
- address1-1 Kanda-Surugadai, Chiyoda-ku
- business_hour10:00am - 5:00pm
- access・5-minute walk from JR "Ochanomizu Sta." Ochanomizubashi Exit
・8-minute walk from Subway "Ochanomizu Sta."
・8-minute walk from Subway "Shin-ochanomizu Sta." Exit B1
・10-minute walk from Subway "Jimbocho Sta." Exit A5
|Closed||Summer holidays (August 10 to 16)
Winter holidays (December 26 to January 7)
＊Opening hours and days are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.