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"Ideal Field Trip For Students"

Although Japan's first gas lamps were lit in Yokohama in 1872, Tokyo Gas established this Gas Science Center in 1986 to mark its 100th anniversary. The visitor can learn about future plans for gas use and see the technology used today to produce and convey gas. Displays such as "Microcosm of Methane," "Liquefaction and Transportation of Natural Gas," "Fossil Fuels and the Global Environment," "City Gas Production," all merit field-trip visits by elementary and junior high school children.
6-1-1 Toyosu, Tokyo, Japan, 135-0061
Today: 09:30 AM - 05:00 PM Closed Now
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Tuesday to Sunday 09:30 AM to 05:00 PM
"Ideal Field Trip For Students"
Although Japan's first gas lamps were lit in Yokohama in 1872, Tokyo Gas established this Gas Science Center in 1986 to mark its 100th anniversary. The visitor can learn about future plans for gas use and see the technology used today to produce and convey gas. Displays such as "Microcosm of Methane," "Liquefaction and Transportation of Natural Gas," "Fossil Fuels and the Global Environment," "City Gas Production," all merit field-trip visits by elementary and junior high school children.
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