Nagoya City Science Museum Special Exhibition: Blood Tour – Journey into the Human Body

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◆Nagoya City Science Museum Special Exhibition: Blood Tour – Journey into the Human Body
名古屋市科学館 特別展「血液ツアーズ『人体大解明の旅』」


Unlocking the secrets of the structure and functions of the various parts of the human body is important not only for the treatment and prevention of disease, but also for understanding life, and our very selves. Many kinds of research are being conducted, and new discoveries made, even today. This comprehensive and fun exhibition for children and adults alike is presented as a journey with blood as it travels to the corners of the human body, where the characteristics and workings of each “destination” (body part) are explained in easy-to-understand terms with interactive exhibits.

When: Sat. 16 Mar. to Sun. 2 Jun. (9:30 – 17:00; Last entry 16:30) Closed Mondays (open 29 Apr. & 6 May), Fri. 19 Apr., Tue. 7, Wed. 8 & Fri. 17 May.

Where: Nagoya City Science Museum (名古屋市科学館) Science and Technology Building (理工館) B2F Temporary Exhibition Hall (イベントホール)

Access: A 5-minute walk south from Fushimi Sta. (伏見駅) Exit 5 on the Higashiyama or Tsurumai Subway Lines (地下鉄東山線・鶴舞線)

Admission: General admission 1,200 (1,000) Yen; University & Senior HS students 700 (500) Yen, student ID required; Junior HS & Elementary school students 500 (300) Yen. Prices in () are for advance sale tickets, available from ticket agents including Ticket Pia (P-code: 769-480) and Lawson Ticket (L-code: 41554). Covers entry to all Nagoya City Science Museum exhibits, excluding the planetarium.


Exhibition website: (Japanese)

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