Konica Minolta Planetarium Tenku, Sumida

2.2
#7 of 18 in Childrens Museums in Tokyo
Learn about the world beyond our own at Konica Minolta Planetarium Tenku, a large over-head theatre immersing you in intergalactic beauty as you learn about constellations, shooting stars, and the Milky Way. Before you leave, head to the Sky Shop, where you can purchase a range of space-themed souvenirs. The film is shown in both English and Japanese. Take a look at our Tokyo day trip website to schedule your visit to Konica Minolta Planetarium Tenku and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • CM time before the story is long and I was tired. This quickly it ends. Disgusting anime image space to guide any kids so ginger, something like the fool now. I wanted to see more sparkling, starry sky.
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  • "Stars fall Hawaii" that has seen the problem. Honestly less percentage of the starry sky in the feeling of Hawaii video, is very clean, that is the slightest impression. Running time is 40 minutes, 1500 yen. Programmatically whether or not an English Guide is divided.
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  • Hawaii-like, so have done lured theme named "hawaiispirits". Chair is comfortable, just after lunch there was likely and asleep. Jake Shimabukuro, ukulele music is nice, stars of the felt lack of sharpness. Come and go on the island of Hawaii, is like watching a real starry sky. Times 13:00 at about 11 am, reserved seat, back seat and buried in the Middle somewhat backward about. Rear seat is never easy. 1,500 yen per person. Running time 40 minutes. Whether or not also go? It is.
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  • it was very fun. Let's use this planetarium as a place of healing, not academic.
  • On my last day in Tokyo I went to see the Planetarium since it was nearby and recommended. Got there 2 hours early to make sure to get a ticket. Came back at 11:50 for the show. Stood waiting till the show time to be told The projector was broken. They offered a refund but then asked for my receipt even though I had my ticket and brochures. After digging for 10 mins they finally gave me a refund. Horrible way to end my trip.
  • More than a planetarium is basically a movie theater. They were showing 3 different movies at different times. If you plan to visit Solamachi for a couple of hours and while you are there see one of the movies check in advance the time they run the movie and what shows are on. You may find some of the movies are not worth the time and they only run one at the time. At show time a hostess guides you to the room. They give you some audiotranslation headphones so you can listen the movie in english. I think korean and chinese were also available. You take your sit, almost horizontal, they turn the lights off and the movie starts. Pretty standard experience. No complaints but nothing extraordinary. It'll depend on the movie you choose I guess. The staff was nice an efficient as usually in Japan. The place was really clean as well. No popcorn on the floor or bubblegum under the sit.
  • Solamachi escalator is not running and the first 10 a.m. start time, come early too, so access is cumbersome. Solamachi Central elevator in addition to no access path. Lack of information. Should I at 0945 solamachi escalator started running because not be impatient even better vaginally. Is being renovated for content, but not so great Planetarium (in public like this is like...) Net book, rattles, stuffed with seating arrangement, with two others to sleep in a reclining as bad mood (not cut out for? ) To interest has been so went to a theater if it is good, but specific content view is not so nice cospa
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  • I write because it is [at least Planetarium TL dating: I usually write reviews, but too bad mood. 6/2017, I. To bring her date for a long time. By the way she is a big fan of anime attack on Titan. Discover giant advances collaboration with 1,200 yen ✖ ️ 2 = 2, 400 Yen for tickets booked online. To the Planetarium after finishing shopping, fun, and buy clothes and watches in the sky solamachi 3F, 4F, long-awaited by two people (7 F). [In fact] running time is approximately 20 minutes. Reflected actual anime... say, 2% in the w was a Minolta ad, whether the content of the scene is just a few minutes. It was a low-quality only, without exaggeration, almost "stills of the starry sky, the Narrator reads" listening speech quality. (It takes money and ignore the story so far, Konica-Minolta and sky has exactly what nerve. ) "Anyway trash, money return ' the worst week not only an impression. It is a feeling feeling good long-awaited surprise in her favorite anime Planetarium, we thought, was ruined. Konica Minolta corporate image itself will get worse quality. Apart from not go 2 times. At the end the hope that further increase victims solamachi Planetarium, Konica Minolta. A really fun! Konica Minolta! Solamathiplane Planetarium!
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