Found in Ohanajaya out in Katsushika-ku, this planetarium is the first one in Japan to display a 'digital universe', created based on all the planetary data collected throughout history. Making full use of this cutting-edge technology, they curate original programmes – all featuring a live 'navigator' – once every three months. Trust us – this isn't the kind of planetarium that'll make you want to doze off.
|Venue name:||Katsushika City Museum Planetarium|
3-25-1 Shiratori, Katsushika-ku
|Opening hours:||9am-5pm (until 9pm Fri, Sat) / closed Mon, 2nd and 4th Tue of every month|
|Transport:||Ohanajaya Station (Keisei Main line), exit 1|
|Price:||¥350, junior high and elementary school students ¥100, children (5 and younger) ¥50|