Planetarium to enjoy in Tokyo
Been to Planetarium?
A romantic space where you can see the stars projected onto the ceiling, which you cannot see in the city.
However, there may be some people who have a memory of falling asleep because they became sleepy.
Recently, the number of planetariums for healing is increasing, focusing on its relaxing effect.
Therefore, this time we would like to introduce a planetarium in Tokyo that you can easily enjoy.
・Konica Minolta Planetarium "Tenku" in Tokyo Skytree Town
Some planetariums on the 7th floor of Tokyo Solamachi start at 9 pm,
It is a planetarium that is easy to go to after work.
Aroma scent is also included to add healing effect
You can refresh your mood while watching the starry sky.
Since the seats are stepped, the image seems to approach from the front
You can enjoy the realism.
・Konica Minolta Planetarium "Manten" in Ikebukuro Sunshine CityThis is particular about seats, in addition to regular seats
There is a turf sheet where you can feel nature and a cloud sheet where you can enjoy a fluffy floating feeling.
A relaxing space is created.
Also, the music and narration of the screening that changes for a limited time
Popular singers and actors are serving and going to the planetarium for this purpose
A new way of enjoying is proposed.
・National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation ・ Dome Theater GAIA Odaiba
This is because the state-of-the-art projector Megastar has been introduced.
You can enjoy the stereoscopic planetarium.
A powerful star that looks up close in 3D
You can experience the mysterious feeling of being in outer space.
・Cosmo Planetarium ShibuyaYou can enjoy a full-fledged beautiful starry sky at a reasonable price of 600 yen.
It is a rare type of facility where commentators give explanations every time.
All seats are reclining seats, so you can lie down
It is also attractive that you can relax and enjoy the view.
How was it
Because there are many unique planetariums in Tokyo
You can choose according to your mood.
Why don't you feel like traveling at the planetarium?