A one-stop for shopping, dining and entertainment, Roppongi Hills houses various fashion, design and goods stores; Toho Cinemas; the Grand Hyatt Tokyo hotel; and a host of restaurants and cafes. With its strong emphasis on contemporary art, the building is also home to the Mori ...
Universal Studios Japan houses selected attractions from Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood, including the Wizarding World of Harry Potter rides, street entertainment, shops and dining; Universal Wonderland's Snoopy, Hello Kitty and Sesame Street kids' rides; plus numerous other attractions and shows based ...
Each floor of the Osaka Science Museum shows scientific principles in action. For example, kids can place their hands on the massive cords of metal wire used in industrial power cables, and then operate hand cranks and treadmills to see if they can generate ...
Learn about the the science and tech behind silk production while admiring costumes made from it.
If the weather is nice, head next door to the Otsuka/Saikachio Relics Park after checking out the museum itself.
Young kids seem like they will get the most out of these hands-on exhibits. The planetarium (separate ticket purchase required) is showing "One Piece" and "Pokemon" themed shows until Dec.
The museum houses nine different ramen shops in a nostalgic atmosphere. There's also a separate cafe with soft cream and drinks. Once you've had your fill, check out the slot-car race track, dagashi-ya and ramen souvenir shop.
The museum has three departments: commodities, criminal materials and archelogy.
About 3,000 toys made between 1890 and 1960, mostly in Japan, are on display.
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