Bando Kobe Science Museum Reviews
元々はポートピア８１という博覧会をやったときのプラネタリウムの施設を利用して作られた子供向けの科学博物館です。実はそのポートピア８１の時以来に訪れました（滝汗）。 行った日は偶然開館３５周年。無料で入れました。ラッキー。 流石に４０年近く経っている施設ですので徐々に改装もされていますが、プラネタリウムの外壁などはタイル張りだったり、協賛企業のプレートを見ると今はもう無い会社名がずらずら…うーむ昭和... more »It was originally a museum for children, using the planetarium facilities at the Port pier 81 expo. In fact, I've been visiting since port pier 81 (waterfall sweat). The day we went was the 35th anniversary of the opening of the museum by chance. I put it for free. Lucky. Because it is a facility that has been in the meteorite for almost 40 years, it has been gradually renovated, but the exterior walls of the planetarium are tiled, and when I look at the plates of the sponsors, i don't see any more company names... It's a showa era. The exhibition to make children feel the fun of science is interesting. However, there are a few things that can not be used because the season stands anyway as in other people's reviews. I also went on holiday, but it was hard to wait for my order because there were many children. There is a shop next to the planetarium, but there are many interesting products such as space food. However, compared to other museums/museums in Kobe, I felt that there were no original products. Elementary school students living in Kobe city and junior high school students are free of charge by presenting the "Nobinobi Passport" distributed from the school, and if they become a member of Co-op Kobe, the adult will also be charged as a group. In addition to the entrance fee, the planetarium requires an additional fee (complete replacement). In addition, although it is a rare public facility that is open until late at night, it is not possible to use it if the parents do not accompany it after 6 p.m.
Più che un museo sembra un negozio di giocattoli retrò. Ci siamo subito sentiti presi in giro da questo luogo che di museo non ha niente. Ci sono giochetti ridicoli che dovrebbero spiegare i fondament... more »More than a museum it looks like a retro toy store. We immediately felt teased by this place that museum has nothing. There are ridiculous games that should explain the fundamentals of physics. Honestly, I would have been offended even if I was a kid. Horrible.
Nice place for both children and adults to understand why science is important for Daily life.
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