This is a space where parents and children can experience the scientific "way of thinking" together while enjoying interactive exhibits free of charge. There are numerous ways to have fun that will leave you with good insights. Parents and children can look for new "Why's" by participating together in exhibits and recreational activities that stimulate children's curiosity, or using science or handicraft kits.
*From January 09 (Wed) to March 22 (Fri), 2019, "Curiosity Field" will be temporary closed for facility maintenance.
"Curiosity Field" is opening play time in 45 minutes intervals (the last slot, starting at 16:15, is 35 minutes). The maximum number of persons to enter at one interval may be 30 groups of people, first-come, first serve. Prior group reservations are not accepted.
Please come directly to "Curiosity Field". Numbered tickets for each time may be given if necessary.
(1)10:15～11:00 (2)11:05～12:00 (3)12:15～13:00 (4)13:15～14:00 (5)14:15～15:00 (6)15:15～16:00 (7)16:15～16:50
Dr. Takayuki Shiose(The Kyoto University Museum)
Dr. Yoshifumi Nishida(Digital Human Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
Dr. Kurata Arata( Human Life Science, Tokyo City University)