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  • TeNQ First anniversary special exhibition
    Space Brothers × TeNQ

     1 July – 3 November 2015

    Feel like travelling through the universe? Your wish may be granted, right at the heart of Tokyo! The place is TeNQ, a cool high-tech space museum located in the Tokyo Dome City complex. It is now celebrating its first anniversary with a special exhibition featuring “Space Brothers”. What else is more appropriate for the museum whose mission is to convey the wonder of the universe to the wider audience? For the uninitiated, “Space Brothers” is a popular manga by Chūya Koyama, depicting a story of the brothers Mutta and Hibito Namba. One day they saw a UFO and took a vow to become astronauts together, which they eventually realize by overcoming one difficulty after another.

  • Place name Space Museum TeNQ
    (in Japanese) 宇宙ミュージアム テンキューTeNQ
    Phone 03-3814-0109
    Dates 1 July – 3 November 2015
    Opening hours Weekdays: 11 am – 9 pm (last admission 8 pm)
    Weekends, holidays & specified days: 10 am – 9 pm (last admission 8 pm)
    Price  Regular ticket¥1800 (students: ¥1500; age under 18 and 65 & above:¥1200)
    Advance ticket ¥1600 (students:¥1300; age under 18 and 65 & above:¥1000)
    *Infants under age 4 not allowed.
    Address Yellow Building, 6F, Tokyo Dome City
    1-3-61 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
    Getting there
    • 1 min walk from  Suidobashi Station (JR Sobu Line: West Exit)
    • 5 min walk from Suidobashi Station (Toei Mita Line: Exit A2)
    • 6 min walk from Korakuen Station (Tokyo Metro Marunouchi and Namboku Lines)

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


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