Recommendation by Lemi
Peek into the bigger picture where we are but a speck in the universe. The moment of heartbreak is a grain of sand in the hourglass of time, yet, it matters. The heartbreak will pass and many more beautiful moments—and people—will come along. Nagoya City Science Museum houses the largest planetarium in the world. The 35-meter diameter dome attempts to bring justice to the marvels of space, as guests sit in reclining seats to gaze up at the realistic sky. The observatory is also a good place for some perspective. Short of hiking to the top of a mountain and being stuck with your former beau, a planetarium is the quicker alternative. Set your eyes to the sky, and, remember, it’s still a beautiful universe.
Open today: 09:30-17:00
17-1, Sakae 2-chome, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Japan