Osaka Gas, Gas Science Museum 0
The Gas Science Museum, featuring a wide range of scientific exhibits relating to gases and energy, is designed to communicate to current and future generations the importance of preserving the global environment and the effective use of energy.
Open9:30 - 16:30
*Reservations required; please confirm times and other details
ClosedHolidays, New Year holidays, 1st, 3rd Saturday each month, facility inspection days
The Gas Science Museum, featuring a wide range of scientific exhibits relating to gases and energy, is designed to communicate to current and future generations the importance of preserving the global environment and the effective use of energy. The facility has many attractions that people of different ages can enjoy. Various displays at the Museum are interesting not only for adults, but also for children, especially elementary school students, who are often fascinated and even astonished to learn about energy through various programs. The facility has a theater, where a movie about a robot competition is shown, and Labo Air and Labo Fire, where various experimental programs are available. In addition, at Experiment Station visitors can participate in experiments using liquefied natural gas at extremely low temperatures. Children watching the experiment around the laboratory table are amazed. These experiments and attractions help visitors recognize the various characteristics and advantages of natural gas, which they use every day without paying special attention. Natural gas is more environmentally friendly than other fossil fuels, and has the potential of becoming a main energy resource in future. At Eco Studio, elementary students looked slightly anxious when told that natural gas would be depleted by the time they retired, if consumption continued at the current pace. The Gas Science Museum offers entertaining and informative programs to help visitors of all ages realize what they can and should do in their daily lives to strike the best balance between energy use and environmental conservation. The director and attendants of the Museum, who are always smiley and friendly, tell us that it is not too late to start taking action for environmental conservation. Reservation required.
Location〒 592-0001 Osaka Gas Inc. Senboku Seizodaini Plant, 3-1 Takasago, Takaishi-shi, Osaka
Directions15 minutes by taxi from Hagoromo Station on the Nankai Railway Main Line or Higashi-Hagoromo Station on the JR Hanwa Line
Tour guide2 guided tour courses available exclusively for adult and child.
Weekdays and 2nd & 4th Sat. (except for National holidays, Year-end New Year holidays, Temporary closing)