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Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Osaka Science Museum


Osaka Science Museum is located in the Nakanoshima district of the city. The museum, which opened in 1989, has four floors covering electricity and electronic appliances, science and the family, science in everyday life and space and space exploration. The museum presents a number of "Science Shows" running throughout the day.

Osaka Science Museum, Nakanoshima, Osaka

The basement floor houses the museum's planetarium, which is one of the largest in Japan.

Osaka Science Museum
4-2-1 Nakanoshima
Tel: 06 6444 5656
Admission 400 yen for adults
Closed Monday


The Osaka Science Museum is a short walk west from Exit #3 of Higobashi Station on the Yotsubashi Line of the Osaka subway and even closer to Watanabehashi Station on the Keihan Nakanoshima Line. The museum is a longer walk from Fukushima Station on the Hanshin and Osaka Loop lines.
Google map of the Osaka Science Museum

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