News New attraction for Tokyo science museum by Michael January 8, 2007 written by Michael January 8, 2007 A globelike screen which featured at the 2005 Aichi Expo, has been moved to the National Science Museum in Tokyo. The screen is used to show computer-generated scientific video programs. Further details (Japanese). Featured image in this article by Masakazu Matsumoto CC 2.0 0 comment Michael Michael has lived in Japan for almost 10 years and loves sharing his knowledge of his favorite metropolis, Tokyo. previous post Government outlines Tokyo infrastructure plans next post Medical care exhibition at the future museum Related Posts New Tokyo fish market to be 40% bigger... November 29, 2012 Tokyo most expensive city for food September 17, 2012 Tokyo favorite to win 2020 Olympic Games September 7, 2012 Biohazard cafe to open in Tokyo June 27, 2012 Tokyo back at most expensive city in the... June 16, 2012 Tokyo park proposed to be built from earthquake... June 8, 2012 Tokyo candidate for 2020 Summer Olympics May 25, 2012 Tokyo Sky Tree Tower opens to the public May 23, 2012 Rogue penguin escaps Tokyo zoo May 21, 2012 Tokyo Disneyland to host lesbian wedding May 17, 2012 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.