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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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.
Not convenient to reach from downtown Tokyo (not accessible by JR, only by bus and tram) but you can visit other places around this area. Can spend 2, 3 hours here for all the exhibitions and if you are interested you can pay extra for the 3D show, "The man from the 9 dimensions". There are limited seats and English audio sets for each time slot (first come first served when queuing to go in the theater) so decide early if you want to grab good seat and enjoy the show.
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