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May 17, 2022
Bureau of Citizens, Culture and Sports
Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture

Edo Tokyo Museum is proud to release the game app “Hyper Edohaku”
in a first ever joint venture between a museum and a game developer in Japan.


The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture are addressing the realization of an environment where anybody can enjoy arts and culture anywhere, anytime, as part of the Tokyo Smart Culture Project.
In line with these efforts, the Edo Tokyo Museum has released “Hyper Edohaku,” an experience-type app incorporated into a game engine.

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Sponsored by: Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture

Special website of Hyper Edohaku(Japanese/English) (External link)

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*Please click here to see mass media releases in multiple languages. (日本語中文한국어)

This project is part of the Future Tokyo: Tokyo’s Long-Term Strategy.
Strategy 10: Smart Tokyo/Tokyo Data Highway Strategy
Strategy 15: Culture/Entertainment City Strategy

Inquiries (in Japanese only)

(Concerning the app)
Events Group, Project Planning Section, Edo Tokyo Museum
Phone: 03-3626-8001

(Concerning the Tokyo Smart Culture Project in general)
Cultural Events Section, Culture Promotion Division
Phone: 03-5388-3113

 

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