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Tsukuba Space Center, Tsukuba

(4.1/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Cosmonauts-at-heart will enjoy exploring the base of the Japan's space-faring operations and research at Tsukuba Space Center. Take a tour of the facility, admiring the space station test building, and an exhibit hall featuring such vehicles as the H-II Transfer Vehicle, and a full-size mock-up of the KIBO module, currently in use on the International Space Station. Take a free guided tour to glean in-depth information regarding the activities being undertaken at the center. Put Tsukuba Space Center and other Tsukuba attractions into our Tsukuba travel itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • From the spring break period, is fully booked tours through the Internet. See the HP as soon as possible once the itinerary is recommended. Enjoyed the free tours while listening to the Smartphone scene in the announcement. Always family and around I only bothered hear development.... And also as a sign of the former astronauts, it seems every generation enjoyed. Souvenir staple food of course.
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  • Want to feel even a little earth or space children so I went. Happened bothers sentai stuff becomes the theme of the universe, so as really good I think. I think it has me curious.
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  • More 1-space in Japan started to say, want to go to Neptune from third grade son Neptune's life must be so JAXA has visited. After finishing the tour free of one kind, the son got a question to the staff. Have been pretty absurd question, politely thank you for a positive answer, very much appreciated.
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