During the afternoon, we decided to visit the Edo Museum. Edo is the old name for Tokyo.
As a history museum, there are exhibits about the Edo period, when the upper-class would make frequent trips between what’s now Kyoto and Tokyo.
There are displays about daily life, work, and play.
Some exhibits are life sized or interactive.
There are also exhibits about more modern life. There’s a Meiji era building, old cars, and displays of houses dating back to pre-WW2.
The WW2 display was a bit hard to look at.
My favorite was a house from the late 1950s. It looked like the occupants had stepped out for a moment and would be back any minute.
If you get the chance to visit, I highly recommend it. The entry fee is around ¥600 and the exhibits are well worth it.