Add a scientific touch to your belongings – lockers with chemical element symbols on the ground floor of Nagoya City Science Museum.
The museum is located in Shirakawa Park (白川公園).
The museum boasts the world’s largest planetarium, which occupies the upper hemisphere of the metallic ball.
The ball is huge. And so is the H-IIB rocket on display in front of the museum.
The museum shop sells science-related toys, space food, mugs, etc.
The museum houses big attractions such as the Deep Freeze lab, but my favourite exhibits are the globes (both terrestrial and celestial) and dioramas.
Drainspotters can rejoice in the joy of lifting the Nagoya manhole cover (very heavy).