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Tsukuba Expo Center, Tsukuba

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Observatory Science Museum
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Just like the science fare events at school, you'll have a blast playing around with the crazy stuff here ;)  more »
  • The Tsukuba Expo center is located nearby to Tsukuba city center (Tsukuba station is the final station on the TX line, departing from Akihabara) and it is visible from some distance thanks to the 50m ...  more »
  • Japanese are among the most developed nations in the world. They really making the Science and Technology aspect very close to their everyday life. By visiting this museum, you will impress o n how Ja...  more »
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  • Excellent place for enjoying and learning about science. There is a superb planetarium, in one of the largest such domes in the world, where they show original planetarium programs (similar to imax but with educational focus) as well as special programs such as evening music concerts, etc. The original programs are also available to listen in English, with free rental earphone. There are many hands on exhibits to try. The 2nd floor has exhibits and mini movies relating to space exploration, deep sea submarine missions, etc. There is a rest/snack area and a small shop with interesting gifts and books. There is also an adjacent cafe with good food, drink bar option, and very fresh baked cakes and sweets. Great place to spend a day. For those who would like to visit often, there is an annual pass for a very reasonable price. It tends to be crowded on school holidays (but much less hassle than Tokyo.) Highly recommended for children/families and also adults who enjoy science and technology.
  • The hands-on activities for the children will no doubt inspire the student to take up science .
  • Great Place...You must bring the familiy....
  • a great science museum. Has a big discovery section for children and a planetarium. really liked my visit.
  • Kids can experience various hands on science activities. Relo Club members can get discount for entrance ticket as well as planetarium. Some equipment sets were not maintained/renewed.