An interactive exhibition “Pokémon Lab: You do it! You discover!” has been held at National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation known as Miraikan in Odaiba area, Tokyo, until October 12, 2015. This exhibition enables visitors to experience and learn scientific methods and processes such as observation and categorization through the world of Pokémon. It is a recommended exhibition for children as well as Pokémon fans of all ages.
There will be three laboratories at the exhibition each with different attractions: the 1st lab: the mission, the 2nd lab: the collection, and the 3rd lab: the discovery. After the 1st lab, visitors can get one Pokémon from 3 Pokémons (Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle). However, these are valid only in domestic version of the game software.
Original items featuring Pokémon Lab will be sold at the store.
July 8 (Wed) – October 12 (Mon), 2015
*Closed on below dates
July 14(Tue), September 1(Tue), September 8(Tue), September 15(Tue), September 29(Tue), October 6(Tue).
10:00 – 17:00 (Entrance closes 30 minutes prior to museum closing time.)
Special Exhibition Zone, 1st floor, Miraikan
2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Tokyo Waterfront New Transit Yurikamome:
5 minute walk from “Fune-no Kagakukan station”
4 minute walk from “Telecom Center station”
Tokyo Waterfront Area Rapid Transit Rinkai Line:
15 minute walk from “Tokyo Teleport station”
Adult: 1,600 yen (Age 19 and above)
Student: 1,200 yen (School students up to age 18)
Child: 500 yen (Above 3 year-old, below elementary school students)
Under 2 year-old: Free
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