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Geological Museum, Tsukuba

(4.1/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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  • Take the lower grades of elementary school boys and girls, I went with my family. Types of minerals and gems for exhibits, on the formation of the geological and mineral commentary. I do take my daughter when watched, and my wife is obsessed.
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  • During the summer you can experience fossil excavation. Unearth the fossils of leaves using the stone of Nasu. Geological curators hope students one on one at a time, tell you politely. Your child likes geology studied and to experience the once very much, so is recommended. Check there is recruiting ago summer vacation, so please stop by to the general public of AIST in April and July, when, of course,
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  • Go to Tsukuba, on a whim, to Word of mouth, came to visit. Earthquakes and volcanoes happen to frequent today nowadays. Mechanism of seismic, geological, minerals, fossils, such as "to," "to-", so jaw-dropping jaw, from the beginning until the end, became the study. Ginkgo in the laboratory, the lovely yellow. It is free, so you want to go again.
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  • Fantastic geology museum next to the AIST building. Has lots of exhibits with interactive things.
  • 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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  • I'm looking at the stone and really settle down. That there is such a great pleasure. We would appreciate. Have learned about Earth science. As well as rocks and minerals can be. I also find your favorite stones are not interested in good.
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  • Unfortunately there cannot catch the valuable mineral specimens, like dying, but not maintained part of the exhibition equipment
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