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Sweets Exhibition

Date: November 23, 2018-February 11, 2019
Closed: Mondays (open on 12/24, 1/14, and 2/11), 12/21 (Fri), 12/25 (Tue), 12/29 (Sat)-1/3 (Thu) for the year-end/new year holiday, 1/15 (Tue), and 1/18 (Fri)
Time: 9:30 AM-5:00 PM (Admission until 4:30 PM)
Venue: Temporary Exhibition Hall, Science and Technology Building B2, Nagoya City Science Museum
Admission fee:
Adults: 1,400 yen, high school/university students: 800 yen, elementary/junior high school students: 500 yen
Access:
●5-minute walk south from Exit 4 and 5 of Fushimi Station on the Higashiyama and Tsurumai subway lines
●5-minute walk south from the Me~guru Nagoya Sightseeing Route Bus "⑩Hirokoji-Fushimi" Bus Stop

Event information:
This exhibit showcases a cute fantasy world like a "candy kingdom" out of the entire event space, and lets you investigate various "secrets" related to sweets.

The location is split into eight zones. Once you pass through the gigantic candy arch entrance, your journey into the candy kingdom begins. After passing through the Witch's Cake Shop and the Animal Forest made from candy prop decorations, candy houses of your childhood dreams lie before you. Have the time of your life in this cute candy world with an actual candy house thought up by pastry chefs, other miniature candy houses, and more.

With Nagoya City Science Museum acting as the event location, you can also see spectacular Brother Earth-the largest planetarium in the world with the inner circumference of its dome at 35 meters. Children and adults alike are sure to enjoy the hands-on corner where you can explore the intrigue of science.

There are also a number of photogenic spots in Shirakawa Park outside of Nagoya City Science Museum and Nagoya City Art Museum.

If you make it out to Nagoya City Science Museum, take a nice walk through Shirakawa Park as well.

Inquiries: Nagoya City Science Museum
Tel: +81-52-201-4486
Website:
Sweets Exhibition (Official site) *Japanese onlyExternal Link
Nagoya City Science Museum

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