2020/10/06 15:07:37

10 sightseeing spots that can be enjoyed even in the rain-Kanto edition-

Don't mourn, "I came to Tokyo, but it met the rain."

There are many places in Tokyo where you can play even if it rains.
It's easy to think that going out costs money, but if you pay 1000 yen per person, you can play enough and satisfy your adventurous and intellectual curiosity.

Here are some relatively reasonable sightseeing spots in Tokyo.
Let's slowly visit the spots that cannot be visited on a sunny day.

① First Avenue Tokyo Station Character Street

Character Street, located in the basement of Tokyo Station, is a popular spot with many character goods on sale.
There are 26 shops specializing in various characters.

You can play regardless of age, "Pokemon store and Pretty Cure Pretty Store" for children, "Tomica Shop" for dads and children, "Adult Women's Beauty Day" for moms, Kabuki goods for grandpas and grandmas, etc. We recommend the Shochiku Kabukiza Honpo, which you can get.

You can also enjoy visiting Hello Kitty shops and Ultraman World, which are popular regardless of age.

[Place] Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo First Avenue Tokyo Station, Tokyo Character Street
[Business Hours] 10: 00-20: 00
[℡] 03-3210-0077 (representative)

② National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation

The National Museum of Nature and Science has advanced science and technology, permanent exhibitions, and special exhibitions.
The theme is space, the earth, and humans, and robot performance is popular.

The planetarium of Theater Gaiya is a masterpiece, and the starry sky is projected in 3D.

[Place] Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
[Business Hours] 10: 00-17: 00
[Closed] Tuesday New Year holidays
[℡] 03-3570-9151
[Fee] Adults 620 yen, 18 years old and younger 210 yen

The Disney art exhibition "Magic that breathes life" is being held until September 24th.

"Steamboat Willie," the birth of Mickey Mouse, began in 1928, and exhibits original drawings and sketches of Disney animation such as "Snow White," "Dumbo," and "Frozen."
Both adults and children can't miss Disney fans.

③ Tokyo National Museum

It has the longest history in Japan and is the number one collection in Japan including national treasures and important cultural properties.
There are five exhibition halls and museums: the main building, the Hyokeikan, the Toyokan, the Heiseikan, and the Horyuji Treasures Museum.

The museum shop is also substantial, and it is recommended for adults to spend a whole day playing.
When you get tired, chairs are also placed, so it is attractive to be able to take a break.

[Place] Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo
[Business Hours] 9: 30-17: 00
[Closed] Monday (Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday)
[℡] 03-5777-8600
[Fee] General 620 yen, University student 410 yen, Free for high school students and elderly people under 18 years old and 70 years old and over

④ National Science Museum

There are the Japan Pavilion and the Earth Pavilion in the museum, and the Japan Pavilion displays stuffed specimens of Hachiko, the faithful dog, and Giro, the Antarctic research dog.
At the Earth Pavilion, there is also an exhibition of actual fossil specimens of Triceratops, which is large in scale and can be enjoyed by adults and children.

150 kinds of herbs are cultivated on the roof of the Earth Pavilion.

[Place] Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo
[Business Hours] 9:00 to 17:00 (Friday only 9:00 to 20:00)
[Closed] Monday (Tuesday if Monday is a national holiday)
[℡] 03-5777-8600
[Fee] General, university students 620 yen, small, middle and high school students free

⑤ Kasai Rinkai Aquarium

The large glass dome displays bluefin tuna and fish from around the world.

One of the largest penguins in Japan is bred, and it is an aquarium that is irresistible for penguins lovers.
You can also meet 600 other species of sea creatures.

[Place] Rinkaicho, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo
[Business hours] 9:00 to 17:00
[Closed] Wednesday (the next day if it is a national holiday)
[℡] 03-3869-5152
[Fee] General 700 yen, children 250 yen

⑥ Sunshine City

The entire skyscrapers around the observatory, including Sunshine 60, which has the height of 1 in Tokyo, are called Sunshine City.
Sunshine City is a commercial complex, and the aquarium and "Konica Minolta Planetarium" are popular.

[Place] Higashiikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo
Business hours and regular holidays vary depending on each facility, so please contact Sunshine City General Information ℡03-3989-3331.

⑦ Tokyo Water Science Museum

It is a water experience museum.
At "Aqua Trip Mizuno Tabi Theater", you can feel as if you were in the water with the powerful images projected on the front, left and right, and the ceiling.
Depending on the month, there are crafts and events, so you can experience not only water knowledge but also various experiences.

[Place] Koto-ku, Tokyo
[Business hours] 9:00 to 17:00
[Closed] Monday (the next day if it is a national holiday) Closed from December 28th to January 4th during the year-end and New Year holidays
[℡] 03-3528-2366
[Fee] Free

⑧ Gas Science Museum ・ Gas Science Museum

There are also quiz halls and science shows, and hands-on events are popular.
It is also an opportunity to think about energy and the environment while having fun.

[Place] Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo
[Business Hours] 9: 30-17: 00
[Closed] Monday (If it is a national holiday, the next day
[Fee] Free

⑨ Yumenoshima Tropical Botanical Garden

Yumenoshima Park is a park that was constructed after the landfill disposal site.

All the energy in the botanical garden is covered by hot water sent from the incineration plant in Shinkoto Ward.
The large greenhouse is divided into domes of "tree fern and waterside landscape", "palm and village landscape", and "plants of Ogasawara and Ogasawara butterfly".

There is also a video hall and an information gallery.
There is also a water lily pond, an herb garden, and a seasonal flower bed outside the building, which is recommended for those who like plants.

[Place] Yumenoshima, Koto-ku, Tokyo
[Business Hours] 9: 30-17: 00
[Closed] Monday (the next day if it is a national holiday)
[℡] 03-3522-0281
[Fee] General 250 yen

⑩ Tokyo Toy Museum

Adults and children will be healed by the gentle toys made of wood.
Through traditional play such as beanbags, efforts are being made to make play next to the next generation, and people of all ages can gather.

There are spaces and toys for infants to play, so you can play slowly.
There are also many museum shops where you can pick up and choose toys from all over the country.

[Place] Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
[Business Hours] 10: 00-16: 00
[Closed] Thursday (year-end and New Year holidays)
[℡] 03-5367-9601
[Fee] 6 months-Free for elementary school students 800 yen for junior high school students and above

Even on bad weather, you can make new discoveries if you take the plunge.
There are many places in Tokyo where you can play for free if you look for it.

You can also gain new knowledge by making good use of public facilities and events such as companies and volunteer groups.
By going to places where you wouldn't go if it was sunny, you would be immersed in an extraordinary world.

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