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Museum of Maritime Science 船の科学館 Museums / Odaiba

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The Museum of Maritime Science is a natural history museum which focuses on everything pertaining to the ocean and boats. They have a plethora of exquisitely-made model boats and other original documents. The museum is particularly interesting because of their interactive, educational hands-on exhibits. Their installations include cross sections of real boats and even a full-size conning tower (the raised platform on the top of a ship or submarine) from which you can see Tokyo Bay.

Categories Museums
Nearest Station Funeno-kagakukan
Address 3-1 Higashi-yashio, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5500-1111
Home Page (Available in English)
Business Hours 10:00am-5:00pm; Closed Mon
Price Admission: Adults: 700yen, Under 18: 400yen

1 Review for Museum of Maritime Science

  • Museum of Maritime Science
  • (2007-07-06)
  • This is a great museum and I would have given it 5 stars if only they had better English guidance. The Maritime Museum building, a short walk from Fuji TV, resembles a beached, six-story cruise ship. Various watercraft are on permanent exhibit surrounding the building, including early submarines and (!) the world's first "electromagnetic propulsion" thruster. To enter a museum, you need to buy a ... Read More
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