World's first Snoopy Museum is opening in Tokyo

The world's first Snoopy Museum, dedicated to the work of Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz, opens this weekend in Tokyo.

A satellite of the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center, the Snoopy Museum will feature original art by Schulz, beginning with "My Favorite Peanuts," an exhibition of 60 strips selected by his wife Jean Schulz.

Every six months, the Snoopy Museum will introduce a new exhibition, including displays devoted to Schulz's pre-Peanuts work, rare vintage Peanuts memorabilia, and Vince Guaraldi's jazz music from the Peanuts animated specials.

In addition the museum includes a shop, called Brown's Store, and Cafe Blanket, presented by the popular Peanuts Cafe that opened last fall in Tokyo.

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