A six-story museum shaped like a full-sized ocean liner, unsurprisingly devoted to ships. One of the main displays, a gigantic turbine engine, was actually set in place first and the museum was built around it. There are a few historic vessels on the adjacent wharf; unfortunately the World War II-era 'Emily' flying boat has been moved to Kagoshima. The museum has only Japanese explanations though.
3-1 Higashiyashio, 品川区 Shinagawa-ku, Tōkyō-to 135-0092, Japan
Nearest Transit: Shirokane-Takanawa (Line: (N))
Museum of Maritime Science and Nearby Attractions on Map
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