Dive deep into the world of energy at the captivating “Gas Science Museum” (Gasutenani Gas no Kagakukan).

What To Expect

Photo Tokyo Gas Science Museum
Photo Tokyo Gas Science Museum

Tokyo houses a haven of exploration and understanding. More than just a museum, this is a place where you can touch, explore, and appreciate the significance of gas and energy in our lives.

While the museum brings to light the ubiquitous nature of energy, it also emphasizes its relevance in global topics like the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and climate change.

Engage Your Senses

Photo Tokyo Gas Science Museum
Photo Tokyo Gas Science Museum

Learning here isn’t passive. The museum fosters active participation, offering hands-on exhibits, captivating science shows, quizzes, and more, making education enjoyable and memorable.

Designed thoughtfully, the museum ensures all visitors, irrespective of their abilities or backgrounds, find the experience welcoming and enriching.

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Museum Communicators: Bridging the Gap

Your journey is complemented by expert communicators. These guides excel at kindling curiosity, deepening understanding, and fostering discussions about our collective future.

Logo’s Hidden Message

Incorporating the symbols “?” and “!”, the museum’s logo aptly conveys its mission of turning energy curiosities into enlightenment.

Meet the Charming Mascots

Photo Tokyo Gas Science Museum
Photo Tokyo Gas Science Museum
  • Puka: Representing gas and flame, Puka leads the pack.
  • Pika: Ever-luminous, Pika stands for the electricity created by gas.
  • Poka: Exuding warmth, Poka embodies the comfort gas provides.

How To Get There

Photo Tokyo Gas Science Museum
Photo Tokyo Gas Science Museum

The museum is situated in Tokyo’s modern Bay Area, Toyosu. To reach there:

  • By Train: Use the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line and get off at Toyosu Station. It’s a short walk from there.
  • By Bus: Several city buses serve the Toyosu area. Check local schedules for the most direct route.

The Sum Up

Tokyo’s Gas Science Museum offers a blend of knowledge, fun, and inspiration, ensuring your visit is both enlightening and enjoyable.

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