Science Museum NjŌ is a science museum dedicated to the study of science.
The museum is located in Sendai, and has two buildings.
The first is a large auditorium, and the second is a museum that has been set up on the back wall.
In both cases, the museum displays various artifacts from different scientific fields and topics.
The main feature of the museum is a massive display of the world’s oldest scientific instruments.
The Science Collection contains over 2,000 objects, and is housed in the Museum of Natural History.
The collection is divided into six different collections: Ancient and Modern Scientific Instruments, Scientific Instruments from the Paleocene Era, Early Archeological, Paleoclimatic and Environmental Research, and Paleobotanical Instruments.
The Museum also displays the largest collection of scientific equipment from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, including telescopes, microscopes, telescopes, spectacles, microscopical equipment, cameras, and cameras for the scientific community.
The second building houses the Science Museum’s research laboratory, which has over 5,000 scientific instruments and equipment.
The laboratory has a wide variety of scientific tools, including instruments for microscopy, spectroscopy, microscopy instruments, cameras for microscopically examining rocks, and many other scientific tools.
The Laboratory also houses a variety of educational and research materials, including a collection of historical documents and posters, and exhibits from the University of Tokyo.
The science museum is open for public use year round, and it is open daily from 8:00am to 5:00pm.
If you would like to visit, you can check out the official website at njscifiscience.com or on Facebook.