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.
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