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Science Museum, Chiyoda

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  • Being in Tokyo, one of the world's most technological countries, could not miss a visit to the Museum of science. Unfortunately, the expectations were not the ones you want. The ticket costs about 600 yen, I do not remember exactly (if you have a subscription, there is a discount compared to normal cost). The Museum is split across multiple floors and each is dedicated to a different part of science. Unfortunately it was one of the worst experiences in Tokyo, and I really liked it. We got bored a lot because everything was written only in Japanese, and we did not understand anything. You only press buttons at random, without understanding what's going on or what is that thing. I can only say that for non-Japanese tourists, there is no point in coming to this Museum, and you can safely skip it, since every information is written only in Japanese and not understand anything.
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  • I just started pretty experiments and workshops but there are many, so much fun. So just qualify most elementary school is so tough pre-school-aged children. Content is legit, but workshops are good, do not know can not enjoy. Can enjoy the capitalist and not at the Center for the advancement of higher grade than what, too professional, why not, it could happen. Took eight years, but also want to go! And enjoyed. In areas where you can enjoy, if you are one day may not around. While meals are not so much packed lunch recommend the. There are plenty of eating space.
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  • Kid-friendly it is, of course, as older bikers have exhibited my nailed. There was a lot of very interesting and enjoyable.
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  • You have to answer two criterias to enjoy this museum: 1. Speek and read Japanese 2. Be over 13 years old It's great for Japanese kids under 13, and not for anyone else
  • Outdated, cash only, Japanese mostly. Puzzles missing pieces, worn out machinery. Bicycle history exposition last time updated in early 2000. Dirty walls and poor lighting. Definitely not the high-tech modern Japanese experience we were looking forward to.
  • No english explanations. Anyway, It looks really interesting and you can probably spend a few hours in there.
  • It was a very rainy day in Tokyo so my friend suggest we visit the Science museum. It is 5 floors of fun! Granted that most of the instructors are in Japanese it's stil loads of fun interacting with the exhibits. Be warned it can be VERY full of school kids, though the are all very well mannered. They warned us when we purchased our tickets. Don't be surprised if some of the older ones come talk to you to practise their English.
  • A place I could have used as a kid in my area. Lots of knowledge. Just be aware that the support for the English language is very limited. They do warn you of it before entering.
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