Nagoya City Science Museum
International Design Centre Nagoya
Housed in the swooping Nadya Park complex is this secular shrine to the deities of conceptualisation, form and function. Everything...
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Nagoya City Science Museum information
This new hands-on museum claims the world's largest dome-screen planetarium with some seriously out of this world projection technology. There's also a tornado lab and a deep-freeze lab complete with indoor aurora. Despite scheduled shows being kid-centric and in Japanese, the cutting-edge technology of this impressive, centrally located facility is worth experiencing.