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  • Konica Minolta Planetarium


    Three major planetariums in the Japanese capital run by Konica Minolta Planetarium have been reopened since 8 June 2020, after the nation’s state of emergency for Tokyo was lifted.

    Konica Minolta Planetaria TOKYO (at Yurakucho Mullion)

    Star gazers with the peace of mind

    Stunningly beautiful starry sky is now back to the Planetarium “Manten” (at Sunshine City in Ikebukuro), “Tenku” (at Tokyo Skytree Town, Oshiage) and Planetaria TOKYO (at Yurakucho Mullion, near Ginza).

    These dome auditoria are equipped with the state-of-the-art digital projection systems to run shows in ultra-high definition and surround sound.

    The domes also host – in ordinary times – concerts and special aroma healing programmes.

    Konica Minolta Planetarium “Tenku” (at Tokyo Skytree Town)

    Since the reopening, the three planetariums have taken measures against the spread of new coronavirus, to provide the audience with the peace of mind. The measures include infrared thermography, sterilization and disinfection, ventilation in the building, and the spacing out of seats.

    Remember to bring your own facial mask when visiting.

    For general information, visit their English web page. Note that multilingual devices may not be available in a transition period.

    Konica Minolta Planetarium “Manten” (at Sunshine City)

* The above is the information known at the time of publication and subject to change without prior notice.


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