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Geological Museum, Tsukuba

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  • This museum is located inside of AIST, a national institute of Japan for technology innovation. It has many things to see from old geological species to modern technological innovation. Must visit pla...  more »
  • For a museum essentially devoted to shiny rocks and fossils, this was quite interesting. The ground floor has ingestion on Japanese fossils, minerals and geological formations, where the second floor ...  more »
  • National geological museum for those interested in the earth, minerals, and the natural sciences. Helpful staff.  more »
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  • Fantastic geology museum next to the AIST building. Has lots of exhibits with interactive things.
  • Took my father's 85-year-old was working in the Kamioka mine. In the father's story, here exhibits would be used was in Shinjuku and the thing. I think five-star for people who are interested in the Earth Sciences. Even if you're a lame leg lift and move upstairs on the first floor, sit in some places, so it is okay.
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  • Many beautiful minerals and fossils, etc are on display. Easy-to-understand mechanism of earthquake fault.
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  • Light-the good just to touch on the geology. Facility is not great when you are really dark. Lightly struck down two hours.
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  • If you like Earth science, I'm sure at times that you will be many, many times. In may I visit and worked at the Institute when it comes to the lunch break at a frequency of at least once a week. While we don't think extraordinary is it good so far.
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