Welcome to Brother Museum
The Brother Museum is designed to build relationships between the public and Brother. This museum, which consists of an entrance hall and three zones, displays Brother products which embody Brother's DNA of manufacturing fostered through its history of more than 100 years. You will be able to explore the past and present of Brother, a company that continues to take on challenges on the global stage.
April 1, 2021
Release of Brother Museum Audio Guide
The Brother Museum has introduced an audio guide which explains some of the museum's exhibits. This audio guide, which is compatible with smartphones, allows visitors to explore the museum with their smartphones, and thus, in the COVID-19 epidemic, serves as a tool to reduce infection risk by helping prevent overcrowding in the exhibition zones and droplet spread between the museum staff and visitors.
This free audio guide is accessible by scanning the QR code displayed at the entrance and useful for touring the museum. It offers commentaries on some of the exhibits and related movies in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean. Free Wi-Fi is also available in the museum.
We hope this guide will help you explore the Brother Museum.
Health and Safety Requirements for Visitors
-Refrain from visiting the museum if you feel unwell or have a fever.
-Wear a face covering in the museum.
-Sanitize hands at the hand-sanitizing stations provided and wash hands in the restrooms.
-Maintain proper physical distancing from other visitors.
-Do not touch the exhibits.
-Avoid talking loudly, running around, and disturbing other visitors.
-Do not eat and drink in the building (except for water).
-Do not arrange a group tour of 10 or more.
Temporarily Unavailable Services
-Guided tours with our staff
Our Safety Measures
-Requiring our staff to wear a facial covering.
-Requiring our staff to check their temperature before coming to work and manage their physical conditions.
-Installing an acrylic barrier on the front desk.
-Disinfecting and cleaning the museum as needed.
-Always ventilating the museum building.
-Installing a thermographic camera at the entrance. Visitors with a temperature of 37.5° or more will be denied entry.
-Limiting attendance as necessary to avoid crowding and other factors that could contribute to the spread of COVID-19.
Depending on the COVID-19 status, the Brother Museum may be temporarily closed. We will be closed on Saturdays until further notice.