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Stumbled across this after a trip to the Kamikawa shrine. Great afternoon experience!! We were the only people there initially and each science station has its own member of staff to show you what to do. Space jumping and the All of the staff were...More
Ok, we are not little kids, not even big kids. The science museum is geared to young children about 12 years and under. But we spent half a day here. It was entertaining.
We arrived on a weekday, thursday, maybe 10am. We were the only...More
Loads interactive activities for all ages to enjoy here. Especially liked the computer soccer game. There were some weird ones, but generally made us laugh a lot!
The planetarium commentary was all in japanese, so missed a lot of this. The upper floors looked like...More
I've just spent a fun afternoon here with my wife and 9yo son. Like many Japanese museums, it's very well set up for kids, with lots of hands-on activities and techy fun. Unlike many Japanese museums, however, a fair number of the museum staff speak...More
We stumbled upon this very good science center because we were looking for an activity for my young son for the afternoon we arrived in Asahikawa. What a gem it turned out to be! There was a science exhibition which we had to pay for...More
If you don't speak Japanese this place might be a little hard- but if you are adventurous or just a little curious we had a great time! Our young enjoyed this day immensely as there were lots of hand son activities to keep him occupied!
The hands on activities were more for a yonger group (high school). The show in the planetarium was spectacular to watch even if you don't understand Japanese. Not sure if it's part of the normal experience but I was allowed up to the observatory and...More