National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Miraikan, Koto

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Technology enthusiasts and families with children will enjoy a tour of National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Miraikan. Literally named "Future Museum," it was established in 2001 and focuses on the science and technology that will mark the immediate future. Enjoy educational and interactive exhibits that explore robotics, biology, space exploration, and other topics relating to cutting edge technology and sciences. Most of the displays feature English translations, while the theater and planetarium offer an English audio option. Add National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Miraikan and other attractions to your Tokyo trip itinerary using our Tokyo trip itinerary maker site .
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  • The Museum is located in a very attractive area of Tokyo, called Odaiba with beautiful views towards the other side of the city. With subway that goes down and the surface you can see the beautiful bridge and a beautiful Hightlight of Tokyo. the Museum is muyinteresante. It is ideal to manage English well to understand the explanations of the exposed elements. The Honda robot is impressive: variodos movements and precise are amazing. We must find out the timetables in that activate it because it is not permanent and is certainly the must of the visit. If you drive well English is very interactive.
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  • Featured children visited on field trips on weekdays were elementary school students, junior high school students. Many things related to space science games and toys, children's books and comics, Euglena cookies such as celestial theater there are stars seen, 3D is an interesting museum shop, but adults can enjoy. Headed by Toei bus from oimachi 210 yen, high speed ride. On the Yurikamome line, rinkai line more than reasonable. It takes in the exhibition become a creature for a limited time, extra child views elementary school. Androgenic and penguins become. Appeared a real dinosaur, a small child crying, even elementary school students scared I was. Interesting was like only on weekdays.
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  • This is a facility with a focus on Science in Odaiba. Is making commune in science and technology through various exhibits, Planetarium and Earth during the huge building was reflected in the ball-type display. Everything was just pretty much difficult, can understand the 4-year-old son of the contents. Is put, but incidentally wrested the ticket to the exhibition venue section and gates without a ticket? And I felt a simple question (I bought the tickets, I I) was doing in the exhibition at the request of the child, move! Can be looked at the exhibition, but with these adults 1,900 yen, and (children satisfied as could be).
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  • Very good and interesting museum for children, teenagers and adults. First floor for children while adults will be attracted to the second and third floors exhibition. Interactive venues allowed games that inspire great scientific concepts. Comparative illustrations demonstrate recent innovative science. Speakers gave great talks of recent researches. Third floor cafe is good for lunch and fourth floor restaurant has great curry dishes.
  • Still a great museum. You get to see several robots in action. Send messages using billiard balls through an Internet. Lots of things to touch and press. Lots of English to read plus an English app to guide you around. Not as good as 17 years ago though.
  • Very engaging learning centre for both adult teens and children. Interesting exhibits. Love the concept of leaving the visitors ignite the mind of the visitors rather then providing answers!!! Almost a day spend to view through all exhibits. No problem for English speaking visitors.
  • I simply love this museum! I have a friend who used to work here so I used to come here often, and I still love their permanent and special expositions. Japan = technology + art is the spirit of this place!
  • This museum is very interesting. It has a planetarium and the food court has a really nice terrace and the view is very nice. The architecture from inside is super cool.

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