Established in 1877, the National Museum of Nature and Science is one of the largest comprehensive science museums in Japan. The Japan Gallery, organized around a key theme of “ The Environment of Japanese Islands”, is located inside a classic building designated as a National Important Cultural Property. Informative exhibits include Futabasaurus found in Fukushima, various animals and vegetation of Japan, as well as scientific technologies. Visitors can also study biodiversity of the Earth through specimens of various inhabitants on our planet at the Global Gallery, where “ The History of Life on Earth” is its theme.
General and university students ¥620
High-school students and younger Free
【Permanent Exhibitions/Group visitors(For groups of 20 or more visitors)】
General and university students ¥500
* Admission to the permanent exhibitions is free to persons aged 65 or over. Please present some form of identification indicating age.
* Disabled persons, plus one caregiver per disabled person, are admitted free. Please present your Disabled Person’s Notebook or similar identification.
* The following persons are admitted free:
・Repeaters Pass holders
・Students of University Partnership member universities and the instructors leading them
* Persons wishing to re-enter the Museum (permanent exhibitions) on the same day are asked to consult the Central Information Desk on floor B1 of the Japan Gallery.