Few homes of early foreign Tokyo residents have escaped the ravages of time. This one, built in 1907, belonged to American missionary JM McCaleb. When it was threatened with demolition a few years ago, residents campaigned to save it. The white clapboard building is strangely displaced, time-warped from old America to the hubbub of modern Tokyo.
|Venue name:||Zoshigaya Missionary Museum||Contact:|
1-25-5 Zoshigaya, Toshima-ku
|Opening hours:||Weekday: 8.30am-5.15pm/ Weekend: 9am-5pm|
|Transport:||Higashi-Ikebukuro Station (Yurakucho line), exit 5 or Zoshigaya Station (Toden Arakawa line)|