Koishikawa Annex, The University Museum, The University of Tokyo

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The Koishikawa Annex, The University Museum, The University of Tokyo (東京大学総合研究博物館 小石川分館 Tōkyō-daigaku sōgō kenkyū Hakubutsukan Koishikawa bun'in?) is a museum located in Hakusan Bunkyo, Tokyo, Japan. It is the oldest building of the University of Tokyo, and is open to general public as the annex of the general research museum. It was formerly used as a medical school. As collection, there are the natural history specimen collections, the animal specimen collection of Chartering foreigner teacher E Morse's immediate pupils, the art and science specimen collection of Prof. Mitake Hide, member of the engineering model of Kōbushō Kōgakuryō.
Many professor's bronze statues of Tokyo University exist in this building.

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Coordinates: 35°43′17″N 139°44′28″E / 35.721404°N 139.741142°E / 35.721404; 139.741142