Enjoy conversations with our two communication robots, Ene-sota and Myu-sota. Try asking them about natural energy and sightseeing in Naka town.
Let’s see impressive images of Kawaguchi Dam and the inside of the power plant, which cannot be seen in ordinary tours.
You can watch an introduction video of Kawaguchi Dam and its hydroelectric power plant as well as a beautiful 4K movie of the Naka River and surrounding forests shot from a drone in cooperation with Naka Town. Enjoy an overwhelming visual experience with the latest technology.
Play with miniature hydrogen cars. The cars are powered by fuel cell drives using hydrogen split from water through electrolysis at hydrogen filling stations.
Split from water and turning back into water (by recombining with oxygen), hydrogen is an ultimate form of clean energy.
There is a hydrogen station at the Tokushima Prefectural Office, as well as some hydrogen cars being driven around in Tokushima.
The hydrogen production experimental device shows how solar energy produces hydrogen right before your eyes.
You can use different experimental tools to learn how each natural energy system works. For example, create wind energy by fanning the wind mill to get the music to play.
The museum staff can provide explanations about the tools and how to use them, so please feel free to ask.
There are various experimental devices, such as a hand generator and a large solar panel, also bicycle pedals and a power generation floor which can generates electricity by our motion.
The panel exhibition explains the mechanisms of water, wind and solar energy generation systems. Check them out if you would like to learn more about power generation.
We have worksheets for elementary school students, which follow the government course guidelines. There are two types of work sheets: one for lower grade students and one for older grade students.
Available on Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, and school vacations.
These workshops are centered on including the participation of small children. Please check the schedule at the online event page.
*Costs vary per workshop according to the materials necessary.