In Tokyo 2056 the Charles M. Schulz Museum of animation has grand opening. This museum is dedicated to the artwork Charles M. Schulz who created the peanuts comic strip nearly 20th-century. He also created legendary characters such as Woodstock, Snoopy and Charlie Brown. This museum also featured various Charlie Brown memorabilia from the 20th century there was donated by Peanuts comic strip all over the world. The museum was built in Japan because Snoopy and Woodstock were extremely popular in the 20th and 21st centuries in Japan. There is also an extremely popular animated series that features these characters that was released in 2045. this show was known as Snoopy and Woodstock explore the world. This TV show featured stooping Woodstock to various locations worldwide and teaching people about different cultures. This museum was extremely popular among the most popular tourist destinations in Tokyo especially among American European tourists. This museum was the most popular museum in Tokyo Japan second only to the Japanese Museum of Imperial art which opened in 2188.