Suginami Animatin Museum in Suginami, Tokyo, was opened in March 2005. They have various displays to introduce the history of anime/Japanese animation, the production process (including voice dubbing and digital workshop), and their own anime theater and library. The museum is run by The Association of Japanese Animation (AJA). They kindly permitted me to take some photos of the inside of the museum for the CR News readers. Enjoy the photo tour!
Suginami Animation Museum building
The front of the building is decorated with the carved reliefs of popular anime characters.
Giant Gundam statue (about 1.5m)
Hakushon Daimaou/The Genie Family statue (1969-70)
History of anime displays
Replicas of working desks used by animators and directors
Art works of Motoko Kusanagi from Ghost in the Shell
Actual cels from Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade
Digital workshop room
Voice dubbing room
Anime photography platform
Lifesize Protect-Gear costume at the Jin-Roh exhibition
Figures from the Kerberos saga