Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum

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Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum (Mitsubishi Minato Mirai Gijutsu-kan)3.2

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Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum, located in Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, was established by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries , Ltd. in 1994 to give youngsters the opportunity to nurture their dreams by experiencing science and technology. In the themed zones of Space, Sky, Sea, Land, etc., state-of-the-art technology is introduced with the real engines of rockets and a jet, large models, videos, etc., and you can try out a flight simulation inside the life-size cockpit of a passenger jet in the Sky Zone. There are also various corners where you can experience science, a VR theater with a huge cylindrical screen, History of Vehicles exhibition, Kids play corner and FC Urawa Red Diamonds corner.
https://www.mhi.com/expertise/museum/minatomirai/about_museum
※Remarks: As of November 2020, some exhibitions and events have been suspended to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For details, please check the official website.
Latest info https://www.mhi.com/expertise/museum/minatomirai/news/200624.html

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4.03 months ago

Very technologically interesting and English speaking friendly, almost all signs are in both japanese and English.

5.02 months ago

It was very good place to see prototype of ship flight and rockets. They explain rocket functions in theater .best place for kids

5.04 months ago

I visited on 2015 and I still think it is the best museum that I was visited.

5.0a year ago

nteresting exhibits, well worth the small entrance price. There is a flight simulator, a sound wave visualiser, and various other exhibits about machines used to explore space, earth, ocean, and more.

4.0a year ago

Worth a visit. You’ll be amazed at all the things Mitsubishi has done (and that Mitsubishi used to be a huge company).

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