Akashi Municipal Planetarium

Akashi Municipal Planetarium

Known for its symbolic clock, which measures around 6.2 meters in diameter, the Akashi Municipal Planetarium is based on the theme of time and space, and located on the Japan Standard Time meridian. Inside is Japan’s oldest, still-functioning planetarium, as well as other facilities through which visitors can learn about time, astronomy, and space.

[Fee] Adults: 700 yen; High school students and below: Free
[Access] Public transport: Approx. 3 min. walk from Sanyo Hitomarumae Station
 By car: Approx. 15 min. (3 km) from Okuradani IC on the Daini-Shinmei Road
[Credit Card Payment] Not accepted
[Foreign Language Support] Yes  [Reservations] Not required

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Postal Code
673-0877
Address
2-6 Hitomaru-cho, Akashi, Hyogo Prefecture
Tel
078-919-5000
Businesshours
9:30-17:00 (Last entry at 16:30)
Holiday
Mondays, the second Tuesday of the month (following day if a public holiday),
New Year’s Holidays
Date
1 Dec 2020
Website
https://www.am12.jp/english/index.html

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