From the latest technology to simple questions, the earth's environment, the exploration of the universe, and the wonders of life, the ongoing science and technology are gathered!

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Science Museum

At the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan), the humanoid robot "ASIMO" and the androids "ALTER" and "OTONAROID" are popular. Through demonstrations of "ASIMO," visitors can imagine a future society where humans and robots coexist. "ALTER", which expresses life-likeness with complex movements, and "OTONAROID," which looks like a human being, are cutting-edge researches, and are rare exhibitions in the world that ask questions such as "What is life?" and "What is a human being?"

There are also laboratories of external project teams conducting cutting-edge research, which can be seen across the corridor from the permanent exhibition hall, and tours to visit the laboratories are held on a regular basis.

In the Dome Theater Gaia, where you can feel the atmosphere and sign of the universe through high-definition images, English-language audio guides are available free of charge for "The Man from the 9th Dimension," which focuses on the theory of everything, and "Birthday: What Connects Me to the Universe," which connects everyday space and the universe. The official smartphone application "Miraikan Note" provides audio guides in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean to introduce the highlights of the exhibition.
Online ticket reservation is required to enter the museum.


  • Visitors can experience the latest in science and technology.
  • The permanent exhibition consists of three sections: "Explore the frontiers," "Create your future," and "Discover your Earth".
  • The symbolic exhibit is "Geo-Cosmos," a display of the Earth using organic EL panels.
  • At the Dome Theater Gaia, visitors can experience science and space through powerful stereoscopic images of the entire sky.






  • Geo Cosmos

    Geo Cosmos

  • Geo Prizm

    Geo Prizm

  • Dome Theater Gaia

    Dome Theater Gaia

  • Exterior



  • 孫佳玲

    逛科學館時,有未來科技感,坐在座椅上抬頭看整個球形圍繞星光閃閃浩瀚無邊,尤其是油中文導覽 太棒了。不會走馬看花

  • K.M.361


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Hygienic Prevention Measures

  • Asking visitors to prepare hand sanitizer and wear masks

  • Measurement of body temperature using thermography

  • Control the number of visitors by making advance reservations for admission tickets.

  • Suspending or changing the operation of exhibits and facilities to prevent the spread of infection

  • Making announcements in Japanese, English, and Chinese to call for measures to prevent the spread of infection


Name in Japanese
Postal Code
2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Tuesdays (if Tuesday is a national holiday, the museum will be open), year-end and New Year holidays (Dec. 28 - Jan. 1)
Permanent collection
Adults: 630yen, Elementary school students (6 years and older) to 18 years and younger: 210yen, Preschool children (6 years and younger): free
Permanent Exhibition + Dome Theater
Adults: 940yen, Elementary school students (6 years old and up) - 18 years old and under: 310yen, Preschool children (6 years old and under): 100yen
*Both the permanent exhibition and the permanent exhibition + dome theater are free of charge for the person with a disability certificate and one accompanying person (disability certificate application "Mirairo ID" is also accepted).
① 5 min. walk from Tokyo International Cruise Terminal Station (Yurikamome Line)
② 4 min. walk from Telecom Center Station (Yurikamome Line)
③ 15 min. walk from Tokyo Teleport Station (Rinkai Line)
Credit Cards
Accepted (Visa, MasterCard, UnionPay)
Official Website
Official Website (English)