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added on : November 30, 2018
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Japan's first twin-dome planetarium opens in Yurakucho on December 19th, 2018. You'll find a different spectacle in each dome. Dome 1 uses high-resolution projection and live music to tell stories about a chance meeting in space, while Dome 2 presents a realistic starry sky.
For the opening of Dome 2, the planetarium is collaborating with mega-popular band Dreams Come True. You can gaze at the stars while listening to a playlist of some of their most famous songs. Another new attraction is a 360-degree virtual reality environment that many people can take part in at the same time. The Konica Minolta Planetaria Tokyo offers new visual experiences in the Yurakucho/Ginza area.
|Address||9F-10F, Yurakucho Marion, Yurakucho 2-5-1, Chiyoda City, Tokyo|
Closed occasionally for maintenance.
Hibiya Station | Exit A0 | Right outside
Tokyo Metro lines
|Other||For updated information on opening hours, days closed, prices, and more, please check the official website.|
|URL||Konica Minolta Planetaria Tokyo (JPN)|