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Technical ⇔ 50 years "great prospects exhibition" of living (technology promotion foundation, Science Museum sponsorship in Japan)

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Date From Saturday, August 8, 2015 to 30th Sunday from 9:30 to 16:50 (as for the admission until 16:00)
Closed days It is without holiday during period
Place Science Museum (Kitanomaru-koen Park 2-1)
The first-floor display, 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 You can see only for Science Museum admission charges.
Admission charges Adult Junior high student
High school student
Child
(4 years old or older)
Individual
720 yen 410 yen 260 yen
Personal discount 650 yen 370 yen 240 yen
Group discount
(more than 20 people)
520 yen 310 yen 210 yen
Special discount 310 yen 210 yen 150 yen
Sponsorship Japan technology promotion foundation, Science Museum
Reference TEL: 050-5541-8600 (hello dial)
Homepage http://www.jsf.or.jp/

Event contents

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Conventional 50 years. Coming 50 years.

"Great prospects exhibition" is great adventure over manufacturing of Japan and industrial technological change. Story of "materials" which it is made with technique and thing of "car" to open in front, and are indispensable. Or "communication" to be connected to everyday "meal" and every field techniques form a line.
Curiosity and field of learning foreseeing for conventional 50 years and coming 50 years from new thing to old thing open.
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