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The Museum of Science in Kagurazaka, Tokyo, is run by Tokyo University of Science.

This museum was built in 1991 to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the foundation of Tokyo University of Science. The antique exterior was faithfully designed after the bygone two-storied wooden building of this university built in 1906. Thanks to a donation from a graduate of the university, this museum was built. A bronze statue standing at the entrance is this philanthropist. The principal exhibits are the history and transition of calculators of the world, a variety of displays in connection with this university and Thomas Edison’s inventions. In addition, the items related to Satoshi Omura, who is a graduate of this university and Novel laureate in Physiology and Medicine in 2015, are also in exhibit.


Licensed tour guide, travel consultant,

Masahisa Takaki

全国通訳案内士 高木聖久



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