【Must-Visit in Osaka】A museum which exhibits more than 5000 toys from 80 countries
Collaboration with the founder of OLFA and Omakeya ZUNZO
The first company to invent a cutter knife with a snappable knife was OLFA corporation.
With the collaboration of brother Yoshio and Saburo Okada, who supported the establishment of the company, and Omakeya ZUNZO, there is a designated area where visitors can actually touch the toys.
The coloring sheet which involves coloring, cutting, folding and pasting is very popular among children and adults.
This exhibition allows visitors to realize the joy of making thing based on their imagination.
Nowadays, video games are popular toys for children, but these experience of actually using one’s hand can teach a lot from the experience.
Anyone can experience the workshop with prior reservation, so why don’t you try it out for yourself?
There are many other exhibitions in Omakeya ZUNZO.
In addition to papers, you can make toys from string or wires, plastic masks, or original tops.
Recently, there are many foreign visitors enjoying the exhibitions.
The Junzo Miyamoto Toy Museum “Omakeya ZUNZO” allows visitors to enjoy the exhibits by seeing and experiencing.
With a prior reservation, staff who can speak English will guide you through the workshops for you to enjoy your stay.
This place may be a great place to make good memories!
※The prices for the workshops differ based on the course. Please contact the museum for further information.
※The pictures and the information may be different from the latest information. Please check the museum before visiting.
- Name of the facility
- The Junzo Miyamoto Toy Museum "Omakeya ZUNZO"
- 3F Yamasan Eito building, 5-1-21 Shimokosaka, Higashiosaka-shi, Osaka-fu
- Nearest station
- Yaenosato Station (Kintetsu Nara Line)
- Business hours
- Opening hours 10:00-17:00 (Final entry at 16:30)
- Regular holiday
- Monday (Please contact the museum in case of group visit) There may be a temporary close day (Please check in advance)
- Child (4 years old to middle school student) 200 yen; High school and University student 300 yen; Adult 500 yen