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KAGAYA's Aurora|Planetarium Show

Journey across beautiful landscapes, oceans and continents to discover the different views into space that our planet offers.
Watch the Southern Cross and Milky Way slowly move across the sky as you are immersed in beautiful timelapse imagery.
Then enter the magical dream-world of Salar de Uyuni, where the universe is seen reflected within a giant natural mirror.
Then leave our planet to travel through space in beautiful simulations that reveal the true nature of our galaxy.

KAGAYA's Aurora|Planetarium Show

Far from where most people live, nature puts on an amazing show.
In Alaska and Iceland in the magnificent far north, the starry sky seems on fire.
Why does the Aurora Borealis shine? What does it tell us?
Experience how the Sun’s breath and Earth’s atmosphere light up the night in...“KAGAYA's Aurora”

Based on a story written inspired by the starry sky about a century ago, KAGAYA creates a fantasy world in a full dome theater using his rich imagination and scientific knowledge. Get aboard this fantasy train running along the Milky Way, and enjoy the 360-degree view of dreamscape and a journey of a boy, Giovanni.

Tale of the Stars: Eternal Shine|Planetarium Show

Constellations were created thousands years ago and they have been handed down generation after generation up to now. This show focuses on this great fact. In the show, you will see instruction on constellations and movement of the sun, moon and planets against constellations. An associated story from Greek myths is provided with beautiful CG including the tale of Astraea, the goddess of justice, who is closely related to the constellation Libra.

Earth Symphony|Planetarium Show

Earth, a miraculous planet.
Its sky a symphony of light and water by day.
At night, a window with a view of the cosmos.
As seasons change the sky tells us our story, and our place in the vastness of space. ..

Straight into the Universe -Dreams of an astronomy boy-|Planetarium Show

Can you share the yearning for space? An astronomy boy has grown up into an artist painting the universe, the world of Greek myths including the zodiac, and a variety of scenes with starry sky. The fulldome screen projects his fantastic CG movies. You will also see a live-action movie of the total solar eclipse in 2003 which was observed for the first time in human history in Antarctica. Receive a message from the artist, KAGAYA - "Enjoy science and art." "Chase your dreams!"