Tsukuba Science City

Tsukuba Science City, located about 60 km northeast of Tokyo, is segmented into the Research and Education District and the Suburban District. These two districts attract more than 300 public and private institutes, universities and firms, which also then attract about 13,000 researchers. Approximately 200,000 people including foreign researchers and their families, as well as students reside here.
Via the Tsukuba Express Line from Akihabara Station in Tokyo, Tsukuba Science City is about a one-hour trip from Central Tokyo. The Tsukuba Express Line opened in 2005 and improved transportation to the various international conferences and other events now held frequently in Tsukuba Science City.
There are a variety of unique sightseeing spots in Tsukuba Science City. The Tsukuba Expo Center holds the world's largest planetarium, where visitors can experience the latest in technology and science, as well as the older standards of technology and science.

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      • Area : Mt.Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JP
      • Type : Ryokan
      • Code : 2031-004

      Overlooking the Kanto Plain, dishes we offer and the homey atmosphere are popular. Panorama outdoor bath on the 7th floor which is at 300m sea level, enables the view of Mt.Fuji and night view of high rises of Tokyo.

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