Access / Tourism | Tsukuba Daily Inn

1-12-4, Sengen, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki, 305-0047

TEL.029-851-0003

ACCESS / TOURISM

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Tsukuba Daily Inn
1-12-4, Sengen, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki, 305-0047 TEL.029-851-0003 FAX.029-851-1451

Parking lot / 35 beds accommodated (free large vehicles are restricted required reservation)

When coming by car (Access from Tokyo, Narita area, Mito area)

From Sakura Tsuchiura IC

Get off at Joban Expressway Sakura Tsuchiura IC, go southwest toward National Route 354, and turn right into Sugaku Bean (intersection). Go to Gakuen-eki Odori / Route 55 Route. Turn left at Sengen 1 - chome South (intersection) and enter Tsukuba Koen line. (About 8 minutes from Sakura Tsuchiura IC)

When using Tsukuba Express

Please use Tsukuba Express from Akihabara station. Please come to the terminal Tsukuba station. (Rapid: 45 minutes ¥ 1,150) ※ It takes about 10 minutes to reach the hotel by taxi

When using a high-speed bus

When coming from Tokyo

Please use the express bus from Tokyo Station Yaesu South Exit. Please use the express bus to Tsukuba Center. Get off at Sengen 1 - chome bus stop and walk 2 ~ 3 minutes.

(60 minutes from Tokyo station ¥ 1,150)

From Haneda Airport

From the first floor Arrival lobby 13, take the express bus to Tsukuba Center. (Approx. ¥ 1,800)

From Narita Airport

Please use the express bus to Tsuchiura station east exit · Tsukuba center direction. (Approximately 100 minutes ¥ 2,540)

※ It takes about 10 minutes to reach the hotel by taxi

Use JR Line Joban Line

JR Joban Line, get off the Arakawa Oki. Using the bus, get off at Sengen 1 - chome bus stop, 2 ~ 3 minutes on foot.

※ It takes about 20 minutes to reach the hotel by taxi

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Surrounding tourist information

Peripheral facilities

North / Tsukuba Station direction

On the north side of the main building, NIMS: Institute for Materials Science (Sengen Area), CONGRESS CENTER: International Conference Hall, TSUKUBA Sta: Tsukuba Station etc are located.

South / Arakawaki station area

On the south side of the main building, JAXA: Aerospace Exploration Agency, NIMS: Institute for Materials Science and Technology (Namiki Area), AIST: National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology etc. are located.

Information on Tsukuba Science Tour

JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)

Japan's only space engineering research facility. A rocket engine used for various satellite test models and combustion experiments, a full-scale model of the Japanese Experiment Module "Kibo" of the International Space Station, a huge pool = a weightless environment test building to be used by astronauts for training You can visit. It also sells actual space food. The tour is necessary reservation.

International Congress Center

It is a large hall with a capacity of 1,258 people, an international conference hall with 300 people, a medium hall with a capacity of 200 people, and a multipurpose hall. The number of international conferences held in 2007 and 2008 is No. 4 in Japan. Various international conferences are held and the nickname is called EPOCHAL TSUKUBA (Epochal Tsukuba).

Geological Museum

Museum specialized in earth science. In order to understand "the relationship between the earth and human beings", the booth separately displays research results on not only the geology and specimens but also the whole earth science, the history and mechanism of the earth, the relationship with humans I will.

Science square Tsukuba

Facilities equipped with state-of-the-art research results of robots etc. conducted by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) based on the concept of "a lot of future technologies!" And a hands-on experience section for easy explanation.

High Energy Accelerator Research Organization

Learn the structure of the accelerator moving mechanism and elementary particles, observe cosmic rays falling from space, see the three-dimensional structure of proteins visually, and measure radiation contained in familiar oneself be able to.

The Science Museum of Map and Survey

It shows and explains the principles and mechanisms related to figures and surveying, the latest technology, various maps, the relationship with life and its history. Also, you can enjoy puzzle games using maps.

Tsukuba Botanical Garden

Promotion of botany's research, a botanical garden with approximately 140,000 square meters established to familiarize widely with nature. Approximately 4 thousand kinds of plants are planted, such as the main plants in Japan, rare plants growing in tropical and subtropical regions of the world, dry regions.

Tsukuba Agliculture Reserch Hall

In addition to introducing the newly developed agricultural technology, it explains the importance of agriculture and the progress of agricultural technology development that has supported it.