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The sea! - start on a voyage! To the mysterious world - (Japanese technology promotion foundation, Science Museum sponsorship)

Date From Saturday, August 9, 2014 to 25th Monday
From 9:30 to 16:50 (as for the admission until 16:00)
Place Science Museum (Kitanomaru-koen Park 2-1)
The second-floor event hall
Access Tozai Line "Takebashi Station" 1b exit, a 7-minute walk
Tozai Line, Hanzomon Line, Shinjuku Line "Kudanshita Station" Exit 2, a 7-minute walk
Admission Free of charge
※Admission charges to Science Museum are necessary separately
Admission charges Individual Group In particular
Adult 720 yen 520 yen 310 yen
In middle and high schools life 410 yen 310 yen 210 yen
Child 260 yen 210 yen 150 yen
65 years old or older 520 yen 520 yen 310 yen
※Group more than 20 people
※Person and attendant one person having disability certificate becomes special price.
Sponsorship Japan technology promotion foundation, Science Museum
Reference Science Museum
TEL: 050-5541-8600 (hello dial)

Event contents

We come across creature of the surprising sea!

Mysterious creatures lying hidden in the deep sea. In late years state of the deep sea became clear with scientific technological change little by little. We make full use of the living body, specimen, picture and introduce the surprising figure and mysterious life. Furthermore, we display the real thing of deep sea creature investigation robot system "PICASSO" and introduce battle front of deep sea exploration technology.

And we display specimen of fry of living fossil "coelacanth" in particular.




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