Directions by Foot

Hibiya Line:
about 5 mins from Kamiyacho Station exit 4b.
about 2 mins from Toranomon Hills Station
(due to open June 6, 2020)
Ginza Line:
about 7 mins from Toranomon Station exit A2.
Namboku Line:
about 15 mins from Roppongi-itchome Station.

Easily accessible by public transportation.

3-6-9 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo,
The museum occupies
the 1st and 2nd floors
of the building
3-6-9 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Plan Your Visit

Opening Hours:
9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Final Entry is 7:30pm.
Closing Days:
Second Mondays of every month,
New Year holidays (December 29 to January 3)

Closed Days in June:8th, Monday and 9th Tuesday


General admission entry is free

An admission applies only for entry to the Planetarium.

The planetarium is on hiatus, thus, we have suspended the sale of annual tickets.

Admission (per person, per visit):
Adults ¥600 / Child (6-18) ¥100
Annual Membership:
Adults ¥2,000 / Child (6-18) ¥300

Permanent Exhibition

The exhibitions are interactive. The theme is to discover and explore the science that lives in the city. In the four corners of “Nature”, “City”, “Sea” and “Human”. All generations are welcomed to learn science with fun.


The planetarium is on hiatus.

A beautiful starry sky is reproduced with 8 million stars and a dome image full of realism. The commentator introduces how to enjoy the sky and seasonal topics.

Dome Diameter:15m Seats:121

Japan Meteorological Agency,
Meteorological Science Museum
will be located in the same building.