Nagoya museum tour
What we'll do
This tour is the perfect family-friendly adventure for children and adults looking to " experience, learn and see". Nagoya City Science Museum of the planetarium has been registered in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest science museum in 2015. This museum features a starry sky spread in heaven that will be enjoyed by adults just as much as their children. Next is the Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology where you can learn about manufacturing cars. Another great experience you can enjoy on this tour is creating original dishes and painting activities at the Craft Center in the Noritake Garden.
- Price per person
- 5,000 JPY ~ / person
- Max participants
- Up to 4 people
- Hosted in English
- Things you need to know before the tour
-Transportation and Admission fees are not included in the price.
1Nagoya City Science Museum
Nagoya City Science Museum is a museum dedicated to the fun interactive learning of science, with something for all ages to enjoy; you will be left wanting to visit again! It also houses the biggest planetarium in the world. Nicknamed "Brother Earth", this huge dome has a diameter of 115 feet (35 meters), and really makes you feel like your on a trip in space with its super realistic imagery technology. In addition to the planetarium, there is also a lab you can visit where they create a man-made 9m (30ft) tall tornado and another lab where you can experience -30℃ temperatures like those of the arctic!
Noritake Garden or Noritake no Mori, as it is known in Japanese, is a museum and garden on the premises of a former ceramic factory. Noritake is a major Japanese ceramics company and this facility is a great place to learn about its history and modern Japanese ceramics more broadly. In addition to ceramics exhibitions, there are also regular events and workshops where you can learn more about how ceramics are made.
3Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
The Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology in Nagoya was built to convey the importance of the "spirit of being studious and creative" and "making things". The museum was established on the site of the birthplace of the Toyota Group ,where the head office and weaving and spinning factory of the former Toyoda Boshoku Corporation was built. The museum includes a large number of facilities and attractions, but the two most important are a textile machinery pavilion and automobile pavilion. If you are visiting with kids, there are a number of child-friendly experiences on site, such as the Technoland. There is also a restaurant and a cafe.
Photograph provided by Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology