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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Located in Nishitokyo, Tamarokuto Science Center is a family-friendly interactive museum and features a planetarium that can project one of the world's largest number of stars. The museum has five rooms dedicated to different facets of scientific discovery, each featuring hands-on displays to inspire your curiosity and help you better understand the mysteries of science.
The museum's highlight is its Dome Theater, known as the "Science Egg." Be whisked into space inside the Dome Theater, covered in an astonishing display of 140 million stars. Theatre shows are updated every two months and English-language presentations are available, but it’s best to check ahead of visiting.
General admission: 520 yen
Varies per exhibition or screening
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