Miraikan (National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation) 日本科学未来館 (Miraikan)
The museum holds interactive displays on robots, genetic discoveries, space and astronomy and, perhaps most bizarre of all, a model using springs and ball bearings to explain the operating principle of the internet.
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If you like robots, you're in for a treat. There's almost too much to see; the building is absolutely huge and packed with really interesting exhibits. Not the most convenient place to get to, but once you're out in Odaiba there's a lot to do in the area.
Prepare for some pretty creepy robots though. They're not all as adorable as Asimo!
We can see Asimo, and there is also a really good part about optical illusions. I recommend it :)
One of the best museums in Tokyo, in my opinion, especially if you like robots. I arrived just as they were doing the last ASIMO demonstration of the day! A short walk from the station (and from Gundam), they also give you a discount with the Grutt Pass.
Miraikan isn’t the name of a new Pokémon, it’s the name of the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (“Nippon Kagaku Mirai-Kan”, or “...Read more