Enjoy Simulated Space Travel from Japan’s Latest Technology!
Opened on July 8, 2014 in the Tokyo Dome, the TeNQ (ten-que) Space Museum is an ‘out of this world’ experience for those of you interested in broadening your knowledge of the universe.
Visitors can view certain aspects of the universe that include space explorations from history into the modern day, the origins of space and the solar system, and mankind’s dreams of space exploration.
Adults and children can also experience interactive activities such as the ability to look down at the earth from the international space station’s point of view and a planetarium that exhibits the wonders of the universe from ancient times to the present through the latest projection mapping techniques. Getting around the museum is language friendly with signage that includes English.
Tickets are available at the museum for admission on the same day of purchase.
For more information, please check TeNQ’s official website:
1-3-61, Kouraku, Bunkyou-ku, Tokyo