国立天文台 / National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Mitaka

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  • Free, but registration required [4 DTU] and featured Planetarium said. Seen in advance application is required from HP, etc., and planetariuum common tastes. Only 3 glasses glasses are different from the explanation more understandable to, explains. Just discovering so many other astronomical facilities in the premises, where you can enjoy.
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  • Occasionally events are carried out, so I've always been at that time. Giant telescope, to see the stars.
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  • In the Woods there are astronomical observation monuments. Perfect for walks. There is a number, so enjoy slowly around. There are goods for sale.
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  • It's amazing place for star gazers.
  • I went on a school trip. Great Equatorial Yi telescopes or telescope under construction at around. Say what again, 4D2U was most impressive and in real space travel and I like realistic. Mitaka is like putting into my PC.
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  • To enjoy the 10-minute details you can visit all year round, is the release date of October can touch can't usually go into places and research every year, is the best
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  • National Astronomical Observatory is located a rich nature. More frequent than I thought places available in the extensive grounds. You can see a huge telescope.
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  • From seems more crowded, but can be slow.
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