Museum of Science, TUS

Not far from the busy streets of Kagurazaka, we aim to introduce the history of scientific and technological development to the general public with an inspiring yet educational presentation, and to embody the University's spirit through promoting science.

In 1991, this building was constructed to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the University's founding; through the generosity of Tomihisa Futamura, a 1941 graduate of TUS. And has housed the Museum of Science since 2010. The two-story wooden building resembles the exterior of the Tokyo Academy of Physics, (former Tokyo University of Science) which was founded in the early Meiji-era, and now stands as a symbol of the Kagurazaka campus.

We apologize for the inconvenience.
 The Differential Analyzer has been moved, and is now exhibited at MathSci Experience Center in Noda Campus.

Floor Map

Please click here(PDF) for the leaflet.

Floor Map
Floor map of the museum.

Special Exhibition of Nobel Prize Winner Satoshi Omura


Access Map
"14" on the map is the Museum of Science, TUS.

* 4 minutes from JR Iidabashi Sta. (Sobu Line) West Exit
* 3 minutes from Metro Iidabashi Sta. Exit B3


1-3 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-8601, Japan