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Special Exhibition: Poison

Instead of art, learn more about the different types of poison in this special exhibit by the National Museum of Nature and Science. Expect to learn findings by specialists in the fields of zoology, botany, geology, anthropology and engineering as they delve into poisons that exist everywhere in nature, minerals and artificial poisons.

Hot Pot Date

Nabe Hut 2023

Surrounding a hot pot with your family and friends in the beautiful city of Yokohama is a perfect way to warm up the stone cold weekend. This nabe hut event can be enjoyed in two ways: one by making your own special nabe by choosing among the all-time favorite ingredients and broth, and another by leaving it up to the pros and taste the best of Japan’s regional nabe pots. To spice up the event, a strolling guitarist will be going around singing songs per request so get there with a favorite tune ready in mind!

Date
NOW THROUGH SUN, JAN. 29, 2023
Time
12 P.M.-9:30 P.M. (WEEKENDS FROM 11 A.M.)
Location
YOKOHAMA RED BRICK WAREHOUSE, 1-1 SHINKO, NAKA-KU, YOKOHAMA, KANAGAWA – Map
Fee
FREE TO ENTER
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RECOMMENDED FOR: FAMILIES, FRIENDS, FOODIES AND COUPLES

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poison© Photo by https://www.dokuten.jp/index.html

Something Unique

Special Exhibition: Poison

Instead of art, learn more about the different types of poison in this special exhibit by the National Museum of Nature and Science. Expect to learn findings by specialists in the fields of zoology, botany, geology, anthropology and engineering as they delve into poisons that exist everywhere in nature, minerals and artificial poisons.

Date
Now through Sun, Feb. 19, 2023 (CLOSED ON MON)
Time
9 A.M. – 5 P.M. (OPEN UNTIL 7 P.M. ON SATURDAYS)
Location
7-20 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo – Map
Fee
¥2,000
Info
RECOMMENDED FOR: FAMILIES, FRIENDS, AND COUPLES

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