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Tokyo Stroll: Exploring the Minato Science Museum and its Planetarium!

The Minato Science Museum opened in Tokyo’s Toranomon area in June this year. The facility allows children and adults to have fun playing games using the latest technology while learning about science.

Inside the museum is a planetarium where you can see Tokyo’s beautiful starry sky but also other stunning visuals and movies.

Watch our latest video to get a glimpse of this beautiful science museum!


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