List of Fictional Character Art Museums – The museums that we usually find are museums full of history that have been there. But it turns out that it’s not only the history museum that is very famous. There are also several museums filled with fictional characters in the film. Here are the data
1. Snoopy Museum
Who doesn’t know this cute dog character. The Snoopy Museum officially opened in 2016, but was closed as planned in 2018. Currently the Snoopy Museum has reopened in 2019 so Avians can still visit the museum at Minami-Machida Grandberry Park in Machida, Tokyo. This museum displays all the characters from the comic series by Charles M. Schulz. Besides being able to take pictures and see cute characters, Avians can also make canvas bags and make your own version of Snoopy doll, you know!
2.Ghibli Museum Mitaka
Have you ever watched “My Neighbor Totoro” or “Kiki Delivery Service”? The two animated films introduce Avians to the adorable characters of Totoro and Kiki. The animated film produced by Studio Ghibli has been widely known as a production house that introduces various characters who are able to touch people’s feelings with an interesting background story. The Ghibli Museum is located in Mitaka, Japan. Avians can see and know more about the various animated characters from Studio Ghibli, as well as visit the enchanting Ghibli production house.
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3. Hollywood Funko
If you like figurine collections, you must be familiar with Funko Pop!. Funko produces bobblehead versions of some of the most popular fictional characters loved by people around the world. He made a lot of characters, from Disney to Marvel. Avians can now see the cute character in a larger size at Funko Hollywood, Los Angeles. There, Avians will enjoy an interesting experience in seeing the world of animation and fictional characters accompanied by lights, music, and water features that can add to the atmosphere to be more pleasant.
4. Moomin Valley Park
Moomin Valley Park is an amusement park located in Hanno City, Saitama Prefecture. As the name suggests, the park is filled with the Moomin characters, a family of trolls who resemble hippos and were created by Tove Jansson. Avians can visit the Metsa recreation park which offers Moomin Valley Park and Metsa village which is a shopping center where Avians can buy unique and interesting Scandinavian goods.