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10:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
last admission 4:30 PM

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Tuesday, 28 January to 1 December


2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo

Nearest station

Fune-no-kagakukan St. or Telecom Center St. (Yurikamome line) - 5min
Tokyo Teleport St. (Rinkai line) - 5min

Tel 03-3570-9151
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Miraikan: Open Laboratory <Venue: Miraikan> 

Did you know about the research area here at Miraikan? There are 13 projects paving the way to future scientific breakthroughs, including: lab mice unlocking the keys to human diseases, paper-thin solar batteries, and a robot that avoids collisions with people!

Henceforth, we will be opening our research area to the public! Participate in a tour, or freely walk around – in the spirit of discovery, why don’t you come and take a look?

Dates: Saturday 29th July – Sunday 30th July 2017, Saturday 19th August – Sunday 20th August 2017

Time: 13:00 – 17:00 (Last admission 16:00)

Venue: Miraikan, Research Area

For more details please visit the organizer’s website.

Leisure / Miraikan

Scientist Fest: August 2017 Lineup<Venue: Miraikan> 

Tuesday August 1st 2017

In the age of ‘fake news’, how can we process information responsibly on the internet?

Thanks to the rapid development of social network services (SNS), we live in an age in which we can easily share and receive information that meets our needs and interests. However, with this comes the danger of only ever seeing information and opinions that conforms with our own views – a phenomenon that is happening across the world.

Thursday August 3rd 2017

Clad yourself in technology and become superhuman! Dynamic growth motion assistance technology

Through the skillful utilization of machinery or artificial intelligence, a world in which we can easily transform into superhumans is rapidly approaching. Wouldn’t it be boring, though, if we all used the same technology, and all became the same superhumans? I am researching assistive motion technologies that will preserve our individuality and foster a sense of achievement and purpose. I’d like everyone to think about where to draw the line between the things we wish to do by ourselves, and the things we do with the help of machines and AI.

Wednesday 9th August 2017

The eye as window to the mind: What smart eyewear can tell us about our behaviour

Beginning with trials to detect the amount people read on a daily basis, and continuing with an exploration of how to improve our attention spans and concentration in our daily lives, research into the applications of smart glasses in recent years has been progressing. This talk will cover the issues of using smart glasses to detect changes in our states of mind.

Thursday 10th August 2017

Urban planning for easy evacuation during large-scale natural disasters

What should be done in order to develop cities with effective evacuation infrastructure during fires, floods, and tsunamis? This talk will cover evacuation simulation within Osaka, and the latest research and investigation into human psychology.

Friday 18th August 2017

Speaker: Masato Obuchi (Kyoto University Wildlife Research Center)

Monday 21st August 2017

Speaker: Nobuyuki Tanaka (RIKEN Quantitative Biology Center)

Saturday 26th August 2017

Speaker: Terumasa Aoki (Tohoku University New Industry Creation Hatchery Center)



①12:30 – 13:00 ②15:30 – 16:00 (All events)

Venue: Miraikan, 5F, Small Studio (All events)

For: Elementary 4th grade students and above

Capacity: Approximately 30 per session

For more details please visit the organizer’s website


Leisure / Miraikan

Summer Holiday Event Lineup: “Meet, Speak, Make: Real Researchers!”<Venue: Miraikan> New

We will host a number of events during the summer holiday period.

This year brings countless chances to engage directly with the researchers and laboratories on the front line of scientific discovery. Experience the real thing – think for yourself,  and make brand new discoveries. This is also a perfect opportunity to get valuable ideas for your summer research projects.

Event details may be changed at any time.

Dates: Sunday 23rd July – Sunday 27th August 2017

Venue: Miraikan 3F, 5F, Permanent Exhibition Floor etc.

For more details please visit the organizer’s website.

Leisure / Miraikan

Scientist Talk [Making the Ideal Tomato: How Far Can We Go?]<Venue: Miraikan> New

Lots of fruits and vegetables are sold at supermarkets. We take note not just of the size and shape of produce, but whether or not fruits and vegetables are tasty and healthy. But the fruits and vegetables we can buy today have not always been the same. Modern fruits and vegetables are the result of a long history of selective breeding – artificial production.

This scientist talk focuses on tomatoes, and gives us a chance to look back over the history of selective breeding, as well as to consider the future role of genetic modification in such efforts. By utilising the strengths of genetic modification, it is expected that we will be able to efficiently create excellent produce in the not too distant future.

Date: Sunday 27th August 2017

Time: 14:30 – 16:00

Venue: Miraikan, 5F, Small Studio

Age range: All ages welcome (content suited for junior high school students and older)

Capacity: Approximately 40 – extra standing room available in event of event being fully booked

Admission: Entrance fee only

For more details please visit the organizer’s website.

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