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Miraikan, Tokyo

Yurikamome Fune no kagakukan or Telecom Center.

Yurikamome Fune no kagakukan or Telecom Center. Japan's National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, created by Japan's Science and Technology Agency. As the name indicates new technologies like robots, space modules etc. are presented here as well as demonstrations and physical experiments for the inquiring mind are given.


Hours

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17:00

Mon

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Tue

10:00

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Wed

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Thu

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Fri

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Sat

10:00

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About Miraikan

 2 Chome-3-6 Aomi, 江東区 Kōtō-ku, Tōkyō-to 135-0064, Japan

 +81 3-3570-9151

 www.miraikan.jst.go.jp

Miraikan and Nearby Sights on Map

Museum of Maritime Science

A six-story museum shaped like a full-sized ocean liner, unsurprisingly devoted to ships

Fuji TV Building

An Odaiba landmark which looks like it's built of tinkertoys

Toyota MEGA WEB

Palette Town (Yurikamome Aomi or Rinkai Tokyo Teleport)

Daikanransha

Palette Town (Yurikamome Aomi or Rinkai Teleport Town)

Tokyo Big Sight

If you're visiting Tokyo on business, this, Japan's largest exhibition and convention center, might already be your destination

Rainbow Bridge

Completed on 26 Aug 1993, this gateway to Odaiba is among the most beautiful modern bridges in Japan

Hara Museum of Contemporary Art

This small museum hosts a variety of interesting exhibitions in a 1930's house which is a great example of modern architecture in pre-war Japan

Tsukiji Hongan-ji

A Jodo Shinshu temple just a few blocks away from the fish market, worth seeing because of its unique, South Asian-inspired architecture

Tsukiji Fish Market

Officially known as the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market, the famous Tsukiji Fish Market is worth a visit for its 1600 stalls of exotic and delicious marine animals, including large blue fin tuna, live shell fish, deep sea crabs, eels, and salmon

Hama-rikyu Gardens

Originally built by 17th century daimyo Matsudaira Tsunashige as a private residence and duck hunting grounds at the mouth of the Sumida River, Hama-rikyu is now a public walking garden with an all-season range of flowers and flowering trees