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    The Museum of Maritime Science is a six-story museum shaped like a full-sized ocean liner, unsurprisingly devoted to ships. One of the main displays, a gigantic turbine engine, was actually set in place first and the museum was built around it. There are a few historic vessels on the adjacent wharf. The Museum of Maritime Science is in Odaiba Tokyo.

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    1. Valerie Museum of Maritime Science
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      I’ve gone to the Miraikan several times while on trips to Odaiba. The permanent exhibitions are interesting, but it’s often so crowded that you can barely get to the interactive parts. Last time I went was for the Ninja special exhibition, which was really informative, but again too crowded. The displays and explanations leave much to be desired. Plus, the cafe is kind of expensive.

      1. Valerie Museum of Maritime Science

        Just realized I posted to the wrong attraction! This is the Maritime museum, not the Miraikan, which is right next to it. However, the same idea applies: it’s kind of expensive for what you get. Right now, the museum is closed to the public and only the ship is open. It’s undergoing renovations, but I’m unsure of when it will reopen.

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