National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation(Miraikan)4.8
Also known as Miraikan, this science museum in Odaiba is a high-tech showcase of Japan's cutting-edge technology. The 7-story building houses interactive exhibits in the fields of space technology, life science, robotics, etc., with a variety of hand-on activities catering to children and adults alike. The 3D image theater on the 6th floor features programs exploring the beginning and full expanse of the universe.
Entering the museum, the first thing you notice is a giant 'geo-cosmos' globe in the atrium, representing the Earth with 1 million LED light bulbs to look like a floating, spherical video display. Other popular highlights include the demonstration of the humanoid and baby seal robots, virtual-reality rides to explore into space, and the life-size sections of an space station and a deep-sea submarine.
The museum is so huge that a half day is not enough to see all the exhibits. After this museum, enjoy a dip in Oedo Onsen Monogatari or watch a beautiful sunset near the Rainbow Bridge.
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Airport/Sta.Yurikamome line Fune-no-kagakukan St. (about 400m) Google Transit
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5.03 months ago
Affordable museum with great exhibitions and friendly staffs. This is a must visit museum for those who love technology and what the modern world would be look like in the near future. As well as the history of tech. Please consider the time of the robot showing performance.
5.04 months ago
Very interesting experience. Got to see a wide range of science related exhibitions. Definite go if you're into science or even if you're just curious about it. Some parts were too much science for me but some definitely were thought provoking and very interesting for me. There's lots of interactive ways to learn about each exhibit which I appreciated.
4.05 months ago
Science museum that focus on future science development and issues. These are more appreciated by teenagers rather kids. However, the robot demonstration is a highlight and suitable to all ages. Note that most of the display is in Japanese but the staff are very helpful and can speak simple English.
4.04 months ago
Very good place for both kids and grown-ups. Lots of interesting exhibition. The robot show is good. One of the movie showing was "The Man from the 9 Dimensions" and is quite hard for the kids (and me), but is fun to watch nonetheless.
4.03 months ago
This was a fun place to spend a few hours. I really enjoyed it. There are lots of interactive and informative displays. The androids were really cool! So were the games you could play. The restaurant is very very very slow though. So maybe avoid that Would definitely recommend everything else
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The visitors are immediately fascinated by Geo Cosmos which has been designed by the Museum master, Mr. Mori, who became the first Japanese astronaut. Geo Cosmos is the earth which he observed from the space. Besides, you can enjoy t...
The visitors are immediately fascinated by Geo Cosmos which has been designed by the Museum master, Mr. Mori, who became the first Japanese astronaut. Geo Cosmos is the earth which he observed from the space.
Besides, you can enjoy the humnoid robot performace, and the therapy dog will console your heart. Please experience Japanese cutting-edge technologies