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We went to see a shooting star. The technology here is amazing. The visual part is projected onto the dome above as you sit on reclining chairs. The audio was in Japanese but we were given ear pieces for the English version. The whole family...More
There are several different shows in this planetarium, choose wisely if you are not a native japanese speaker. Shows are in Japanese language, most of them are with a popular Japanese singers and narrators. I was dissapointed as the show I choose and which should...More
If you don't speak Japanese, bring a headset because you need it to hear the translation. They offer a single earpiece but you hear more of the soundtrack than you do of the translation. The screen is not as clear as it should be, definitely...More
Quality and content of the film was really bad and the english audio was pretty difficult to follow.
When you get the ticket they let you know that the tickets are not refundable...that should have gave us a clue about the overall quality.
I would not recommend anyone to go down to this place specially for this activity, but if you are in the area of Ikebukuro and you need a relaxing moment.. then it might be a nice thing to do!
For ¥1,500 for each adult entree...More
DO NOT GO if you don't speak Japanese and can't get a central seat. It is definitely a waste of money. Even if there's an English audio guide, they provide a really
terrible one sided earphone even though you can buy a normal pair at...More
Went for the mid afternoon show and enjoyed a good 40 min relaxing experience with young kids. Only disappointing was the show theme itself which allocates 70% of the time showing off Hawaii instead of something related to Japan and/or stars or planets.
My hubby and I were staying at the Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage (recommended hotel) which was across Tokyo Solamachi, where the planetarium was located on the 7th floor. Combined that with my non-existent experience with a planetarium and I was sold on seeing a...More
Response from Scenic806165 | Property representative |
We have limited audio guidance in English in some of shows.
Could you ask our staff when you come to the checket counter in Tenku?
If there are available guidane sysytem at that time,we can rent one.