I visited the museum to see the special exhibition on the British 1966 Supermarionation television series THUNDERBIRDS, which had a big following in Japan. The exhibition told the story of British producer Gerry Anderson's brainchild in the form of videos, photos, artwork, miniature dioramas, a 3D movie, an audience participation segment, and the marionette characters themselves were on display. There was also a section of the exhibition which showcased the fantastic technology of the TV series alongside that of science and technology of present day. The exhibition itself was mostly in Japanese, but fans of the show would be able to enjoy it nonetheless. As for the Miraikan itself, I did not have time to explore the rest of the museum beyond the exhibition, but the facility itself was certainly impressive.
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