About Japan Science Future Museum
Geo-Cosmos is the iconic exhibit of the Japan Science Future Museum, with a high resolution of over 10 million pixels vividly reproducing the image of the Earth shining in space. It is the world’s first spherical display with an organic EL display. It was designed in accordance with the wish of the curator, Mr. Morie, “to be able to share the beautiful Earth seen from the universe with as many people as possible.” Quoted from the official website, there are many items, and the display introduction is marked in Japanese and English.
Every Tuesday, December 28 – January 1
Adults 620 yen Under 18 years old 210 yen Under 6 years old free
Free Open Day
“Every Saturday” for visitors under 18 years old
Fridays and Saturdays during “Science and Technology Week” (Friday, April 22 and Saturday, April 23, 2016)
“Children’s Day” for visitors under 18 years of age (Thursday, May 5, 2016)
“Opening Day” (Saturday, July 9, 2016)
“Day of Respect for the Elderly” for visitors over 65 years of age (Monday, September 19, 2016)
Saturday during “Education and Culture Week” (Saturday, November 5, 2016)
Emphasis on presentation and interaction
How to get there
Get off at Fune-no-kagakukan Station on the Yurikamome Line of the Toei Subway and walk for about 5 minutes or get off at Telecom Center Station and walk for about 4 minutes.
You can also take a free bus tour around the Odaiba area, see “Odaiba Map and Area Access” for details.