The craftsmanship of Japan can be seen from the details of the National Science Museum in Tokyo. There are dozens of species of clam shells and pine cones, and there are more than 1,700 kinds of insects.
A lot of Japanese families have a day to go, and the children have benefited from the specimens.
This is just a bio show of one of the branches of the Earth Museum, as well as a science and technology exhibition, the Japan Pavilion... admire this spirit of ultimate!
The Tokyo National Museum is located at the northern end of Ueno Park in Taito-ku, Tokyo. There are 43 exhibition halls in the 4 exhibition halls of the main building, Dongyang Hall, Watch Hall and the Horyu Temple Treasure Hall. The exhibition area is 14,000 square meters and there are about 110,000 collections. It has 87 Chinese treasures, 634 important cultural relics, and some cultural relics that are entrusted to be kept. The main building of the
museum is made up of buildings symbolizing Japanese history and has traditionally been called "the museum of art museum architecture and museum architecture". Japanese art, unearthed cultural relics and handicrafts were exhibited in the main hall. The Toyo Museum displays art and archaeological artifacts from Asia and Egypt.
There are a lot of middle school students who wear school uniforms to visit here. It is very beautiful. Although I am old, there are still half a year of student IDs expired, but I forgot to bring them. I dont enjoy the discount, but the fare is not high. Going in and looking at it is definitely worth the money.
Located inside Ueno Park, the Tokyo National Museum is the oldest Japanese national museum, the largest art museum in Japan, and one of the largest art museums in the world. Tokyo National Museum holds over 110,000 objects, including a comprehensive collection of art works and archaeological objects of Asia, with a particular focus on Japan. There are restaurants and shops within the museum's premises, as well as outdoor exhibitions and a garden where visitors can enjoy seasonal views.