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.
They put together exhibitions that introduce the work and lives of Japanese authors. It will be hard to enjoy this if you don't speak Japanese.
This museum opens Nobutaro Hara's model train collection to the public. It's said to be the largest such collection in the world.
Learn about the history of surveying and consider the relationship of maps to our daily lives.
One of the interesting things about train history here is that the first rack and pinion railway in Japan went through Usui Pass.
More than 1,400 species of insects have been confirmed on-site. You can "catch-and-release" bugs in their natural habitat, take a tour, and participate in classes and other workshops.
A kid-friendly way to learn a some geochemistry while exploring the history of the most active volcano on Honshu.
They have exhibits about topics such as electricty. There's a planetarium, too.
A museum that displays the history of WWII and life in Osaka during that time period.
Be inspired to think creatively by learning about how Momofuku Ando created instant ramen.
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