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Robosquare, Fukuoka

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  • You can walk to the TNC television building from Nishijin subway station and the Robosquare is located on the 2nd floor. Japan may be famous for its robots, but certainly they are not exhibited here. ...  more »
  • I visited this place as part of a group tour. It is basically a showroom to learn more about robots and how they can be used in everyday life. Visitors can play and interact with the robots on display...  more »
  • When we visited this place, there was little robots performing. Very cute. You can also talk to some cute robotic animals including Hello Kitty.  more »
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  • The place is not big, yet still worth to visit. The staff are so welcome and helpful for foreigner. After going to Fukuoka Tower and Momochi beach, dont forget to stop over in this place, esp for your first-time visit. Kids love robot more than adult, so do bring your kids to experience robot world here
  • The place is small, not big as I imagined. But there were many types of robot that one can be amazed of. There were aibo (dog robot) dance at certain hour (every hour I guess). For a fan of robot, or fans of Japanese advancement in technology, this place is recommended
  • Fun place for a 20 minute diversion. Maybe longer if you have kids. Really friendly staff that speak English and want to show you the robots inside. Fun to interact with and worth checking out when you're in the area.
  • Lovely place with lots of different robots. Some are more interesting and can be interacted with, others are just for presentation. The staff is really helpful. They also have demonstrations a couple of times per day.
  • I visited the place first time in 2009 and now for the second time. For some reason my first visit was so much more memorable: there were lots going on, robot shows etc. This time the place looked kinda worn down, there weren't so many robots as you would expect and nothing really going on. Now I might visit it with small kids but not by adults. Nice that it's free though!