Torafu Architects Design Tokyo’s Snoopy Museum


Opening its door earlier this year, The Snoopy Museum makes Tokyo’s Roppongi district its home, offering fans a peek into the world of Schulz’s beloved Peanuts family. Covering 3016 sqm, an extensive collection of artifacts and regularly updated exhibitions have been curated by the original Charles M.Schulz museum in California. The building’s design comes courtesy of the brilliant Torafu architects, the firm behind Shinjuku’s shiny new BEAMS Japan store, as well as shopfits for the likes of Aesop, Rapha and Hermes. Expect to find a whole lot of original Snoopy material as well as a Peanuts themed ‘Blanket’ café and of course, a well-stocked shop.