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Gas Science Center, Koto
(3.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Operated by Tokyo gas energy and gas easier to understand, you can learn. Admission free of charge. Toyosu station on the Yurikamome line Metro is a short walk immediately.
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  • Free play, children also is fun. The quiz is especially fun. The games, etc are all free is an amusement park for children.
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  • It's free, like gas and energy kid-friendly exhibits. It is good to play a little bit I came to Odaiba, toyosu. I was his wife from port, said the children time to shop time had a crush.
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  • This is a very interesting place to visit for discovering more about everyday use of energy. The museum is quite small (a good thing; sometimes!) and has only 2 floors with an open roof that is entirely covered in green grass. Its really nice to walk on the roof as you can see the beautiful bay and the surroundings. This place is more about showcasing what part different forms of energy play in our lives and realize how much technology & efforts go into making this work. Unfortunately, most information (actually all of it!) is in Japanese. So, if you do not read Japanese, it becomes a bit tricky to figure out some of the demos. At the reception, you can ask for a leaflet in English which helps a bit. The children love this place, because there are so many interesting things and if you let them discover, they will come up with questions which will help them understand & learn important aspects of everyday science that would take hours of boring teaching otherwise! It is free for all, and open everyday including week ends.
  • The Museum is operated by Tokyo gas gas. Free car parking facilities for users is good, but in many manners, and stand guard at the parking entrance asks if facilities available at the entrance. So enjoy facilities that even small children to elementary school students. A cool room so just by using a gas fire use is not.
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  • Free admission and parking are free at exhibits and picture-story show event is pretty high quality, 4-year-old children can enjoy. Top is the lifeline of exhibition facilities. Adults also enjoy the location.
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  • A museum about the "gas" in the daily planet's resources just as is a place perfect for learning in children. It is like is natural it is considered safe for 10 minutes, but faintly smelly gas.
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  • Parking there on Saturday and be prepared to wait in! Dad is a car could wait.
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