Tokyo Water Science Museum3.9
This free museum is designed to learn hands-on about the unique properties of water and the water supply system. In the Aqua Trip Theater, you will take a virtual ride down a river to experience the big circle of water. The Aqua Laboratory offers five experiments that includes the entering into huge bubbles. There is also a basement tour to see the actual water supply system. The lawn outside has a good view of the grand Ferris wheel in Odaiba. This is a great place to learn about water science for children and adults alike.
Admission : Free
Address : 3-1-8 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Access : a 8-min walk from Kokusai-tenjijo Sta. on Rinkai Line or Tokyo Bigsite Sta. on Yurikamome Line
Opening Hours : 9.30AM - 5:00PM
Closing : Every Monday
Purposecouple,experience,kids,family,sightseeing,let's hang out!
Airport/Sta.Yurikamome line Kokusaitenjijou Sta. (about 700m) Google Transit
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5.02 months ago
Very exceptional place to visit. Too much Knowledge available. Really enjoyed it.
5.07 months ago
Awesome free museum for the kiddies! Fun and interactive with 3 floors to explore. Unfortunately everything is in Japanese, so if you don't understand it you won't get as much education of it. The amount of time you spend there will depend on how much Japanese you can understand and how long you allow your kids to play for. Washrooms available on the main floor with a nursing room located near the front doors. Our son loved it and they had costumes available to take in front of their Halloween display (we were there early October). Kind of out of the way in relation to the malls around Odaiba though, just an FYI. Fun times!
4.0a year ago
Great exhibition. Free entrance!
5.0a year ago
Excellent for pre school kids. Mostly in Japanese but won't matter to little kids who just want to play.
4.0a year ago
Plenty of things to do here. The little experiment would keep the kids occupied. It’s a bit out of the way from the train stations. The view from museums is nice too. For non Japanese speaking ppl, could be a bit not worth the effort though, there’s no English brochure.