[Adult Science Magazine] Making a Pinhole Planetarium
Let's make a planetarium for home use with the “Pinhole Planetarium” kit supervised by Planetarium Creator Takayuki Ohira.
This is a full-fledged planetarium that accurately reproduces and projects the location of tens of thousands of stars, allowing you to appreciate the Milky Way.
* Only kits can be purchased.
|Time||17: 00 to 19: 00 (last reception 18: 00)|
|Entry fee||¥ 3,500 (tax included) / Purchase only kit ¥ 3,218 (tax included)|
|Capacity||First 6 people|