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Snoopy fans in Tokyo sure have it good: the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, California, has set up a permanent satellite location in Minami-Machida, Western Tokyo. Visitors are able to see plenty of original Peanuts drawings and art, a number of Schulz's early works, vintage collectibles and other materials pertaining to the beloved beagle and his friends, plus special exhibitions which rotate every six months. Bonus: there's also a huge souvenir shop and a Peanuts Cafe on the premises.
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3-1-1 Tsuruma, Machida-shi
|Transport:||Minami-Machida Grandberry Park Station (Den-en-toshi line)|
|Price:||¥2,000 (adv ¥1,800), junior high and high school students ¥1,000 (¥800), children aged 4-12 ¥600 (¥400), free for younger children|
|Opening hours:||10am-8pm daily|