Our third day in Japan was a very busy one, as we were scheduled to visit the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Asakusa and Harajuku all in the one day.
Once again we woke up early, had breakfast at the huge buffet and boarded the bus. Our first stop was the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (未来館).
Outside the museum was a beautiful, green park. (Not super common to find this in the middle of Tokyo)
The museum was quite large and had a few floors. In the main area was a gigantic earth hanging from the ceiling, which looked rather spectacular. There was a long walk way which curved right around the globe and that took us to the next level.
There were various scientific designs, informative pictures, games and more on display. A special section focused on the machines used in space, and explained how astronauts lived while they were up living in space.
My friends and I explored the top level of the museum, which is where we found a room where we could view 3D photos. That was a little bit of extra fun ~
My absolute favourite part of the museum expedition was the definitely the special 10 minute robot show held at the end. The Asimo Robot is a Humanoid Robot designed and developed by Honda. This robot has the ability to interact with humans, walk, roll a ball, sprint a few meters and wave. That's pretty impressive, huh?