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The museum was in a nice modern building and that spans over 4 floors. I had read that the 4th floor had the interactive component and was the most interesting, so we headed up there first. The museum was definitely geared towards Japanese people, as...More
I had allowed about 2+ hours for our visit. We stayed for 4 hours! This did include a planetarium show and a science demonstration, and a light lunch. There is a huge room set aside for those bringing their own picnics. Staff on the ticket...More
This was a highlight of our trip to the area and the kids really had a blast here. The interactive exhibits are very good and introduce a lot of different aspects from various scientific fields including physics, chemistry, and biology. I think there are some...More
That is for sure one of the best place to take your kids and spend at least half day discovering and learning how things work, all about physic, math, universe, minerals and many other things, and the best of it is that almost everything is...More
This museum is interesting. Despite most of the explanations having little english it was still possible to appreciate the displays. This may be "old hat" to some, but the robot completing the rubix cube was fun to see. So was the space suit. There is...More
We had a flight later in the day and had 4 hours to spend in Osaka and we had already checked out of our hotel. This was an ideal place for the children to stay indoors in a fascinating place.
There were plenty of interactive...More
I was thrilled to visit the museum but then was disappointed that EVERYTHING was in Japanese that i couldn't enjoy the activities
the second floor has the most interactive kids zone i believe but again EVERYTHING was in Japanese
i would highly recommend it IF...More
We spent a short afternoon here as my husband and I are interested in all things scientific. The museum has 4 floors filled with many objects and experiments so it's great for kids. However, the majority of the information is in Japanese and without audio...More
If you have children and run of Universal/aquarium fun stuff to entertain them, try this museum. You pay only Y400 and can spend 2-3 hours. My daughter didn't want to go, but she ended up enjoying herself very much - touching stuff, pulling, pushing, testing,...More