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for people living in Yokohama, get the annual pass, if you have kids you will return there multiple times for sure, it is an amazing place, i liked the most the flight simulator, and the collection of model airplanes , but the kids liked almost...More
With its flight simulators and interactive exhibits, this museum should be great fun for kids, and perhaps even for adults who do not mind waiting in queues. Museum is quite small so with student groups during weekdays or weekends the queues will probably be long....More
Brilliant Little museum with many excellent hands-on displays. Lots of science to explore, interactive displays and rides to take part in. Loved it and we did not go in with children, just two curious adults, thoroughly enjoyable
From models of planes and boats to rocket boosters, virtual reality, and--our favorite--flight simulator! Entrance fees: ¥500 for adults and ¥300 for children. The adults would have as much fun if not even more than the kids.
There were some schoolclasses and families there and I could see that the kids were having a great time, learning and playing at the same time. I myself got bored quickly. As many of the hands-on activities take a long time (up to 6 mins)...More
The Mitsubishi Co. is a very big company that started building transportation infrastructure, developed transportation technology and keeps innovating in different areas.
The museum is very interactive for children and has a lot of different screens to illustrate each field they are working on.
If you want an educational experience and have time to spare, this is a good museum for kids. Not congested and plenty of scientific stimulations. Do not compare it to larger museums such as the Toyota ones in Nagoya. Staffs are friendly and welcoming.
Pretty small museum containing a number of technologies Mitsubishi produces including planes trains space and power generation. Educational for everyone but more geared towards kids. Lots of exhibits with interactive elements make the museum fun for everyone. Stop by if you have a couple hours...More
I went here for a short visit, and skipped the flight simulator, Hyper Mecha Harbor, and other interactive exhibits -- probably great for children -- in favor of the beautiful model collection with many aircraft, ships, and locomotives built by Mitsubishi. I would like to...More
one of best place I have ever visited.In there you can get clear idea about what is Mitsubishi and what they have researched for. This is very good place to learn how technical innovation was happened and you can experience the flight simulator as well...More