Nagoya Electricity Museum, ELECTRIFYING?

Nagoya Electricity Museum is just one of the science-related attractions in Nagoya,Japan where you can enjoy science and at the same time, be knowledgeable about how electricity is vital to our daily lives.

The museum is included in the 9 bus stop of the Nagoya Sightseeing Tour Bus. (Read more about Nagoya Sightseeing Tour Bus).

It is a 2-minute walk east of Fushimi Station, exit no. 4. The museum is open from 9:30am to 5pm and closed every Monday and every third Friday of the month.


No need to pull out a penny from your pocket because the entrance ticket is free for everyone. The museum is known for its futuristic duck character, and all instructions are in Japanese so you better get a pamphlet with an English version to know where you’re heading to.

Nagoya Electricity Museum
Nagoya Electricity Museum



At the second floor, you’ll see the exhibit about the pioneers in electricity where holograms of scientists and interactive tools are on display.

Nagoya Electricity Museum
Holograms and interactive displays, Nagoya Electricity Museum

The next room is the Science Plaza where you can personally try to play with static electricity and science experiments.

Nagoya Electricity Museum
Science Plaza, Nagoya Electricity Museum


The third floor houses the OHM Theater where the guests can participate in quizzes and competitions as video game character on their impressive 29-foot screen. You need to get the free ticket at the counter and remember that the video games will take about 40 minutes to 1 hour, and in Japanese language.

Nagoya Electricity Museum
OHM Theater, Nagoya Electricity Museum

The third floor offers more exhibit on Voyage of Electricity  where real electrical equipment and models will show how electricity is produced at power plants and transported to homes and business establishments.

Nagoya Electricity Museum
Voyage of Electricity, Nagoya Electricity Museum

You will also learn about how the earth and energy are related. There is a chroma wall where you can see yourself on the screen and interact with the graphics. How cool is that!

Nagoya Electricity Museum
Interactive Graphics, Nagoya Electricity Museum



The fourth floor offers more surprising exhibits such as the Land of Scientific Mysteries where you’ll experience various optical illusions and more experiments.

Nagoya Electricity Museum
The Land of Scientific Mysteries, Nagoya Electricity Museum

The History Room contains some valuable documents about electricity.

To end my review, I would say that the Nagoya Electricity Museum is a must-see for families especially for those who have kids because they will really enjoy the interactive games and activities. The museum staff members also allow wheelchairs and provide baby strollers and a nursing room to visitors with infants. So be sure to add this attraction to your bucket list when you do a tour in Nagoya, Japan.

But wait, there is another science museum to visit in Nagoya and check out my next post soon about this one. Thank you for reading.


  1. What a fabulous place to visit! I would love to visit Japan. It seems that there is so much for little ones to do!

    1. yes, Nagoya has so many museums for kids and kids at heart. You must visit there 🙂

  2. What an interesting museum. I have only passed through Nagoya whilst hitchhiking from Tokyo – Kyoto. shame we missed this museum. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Kanika Gupta says:

    Such an interesting museum! Perfect place for the kids to get excited about science! Loved ur blog ?

  4. so cuteee I mislooked the image and thot it is a Disney figure hahah I reli love Japan but I prefer visiting art museum:)

  5. Fun place for kids, and kids at heart! I’ve only been to Tokyo, and would love to check this out when I visit Nagoya. 🙂

  6. Japan always my favourite destination. Their attitude inspires me always. After WWII they are the most transformed nation in my view.

  7. I have been to Japan. Enjoyed my time there immensely. But never been to Nagoya side. Fascinated to see electricity museum with amazing photographs.

  8. Cassie says:

    This place sounds amazing! I hope to get there soon

  9. I loved my visit to Japan, never went to Nagoya Electricity Museum but sounds awesome! Thanks for sharing

  10. Such an interesting place to visit, the museum sounds so exciting. My things to do in Japan is increasing every day. Thanks for sharing.

  11. carla says:

    What a great experience to be able to share with your kids. Culture + entertainment is a great combination:)

  12. jada says:

    looks like a very educative museum for the children to visit. I would definitely think of the place when visit japan…

  13. This looks like such a cool place. Thanks so much for sharing!!

  14. Looks like such a cool place. Thanks for sharing.

  15. I would love to visit Japan. It looks amazing. Just wish I could have done it when my kids were little.

  16. How Shocking….haha..see what i did there? Shocking! ugh I know. But seriously, the Nagoya Electricity Museum looks off the hook. I would love to explore all four floors though the 4th floor of illusions would be my favorite for sure. Plus you got to do all of this for free?!?! Awesome!

  17. I loved it! I’ve been interested in Japan since high school and it’s good to get to know something about interesting entertainment (scientific!) places, free of charge and child friendly 🙂

  18. This is really unique and out of the world. Places like these make me want to explore Japan for years.

  19. Wow! I never thought it exists such kind of amazing museum. I never went to any of Electricity Museum in the world yet. It would be very interesting to visit and discover more about electricity world. Looks like you and and your family had fun. Happy traveling!

  20. I was born in Japan and lived there two separate times for a total of 10 years. It’s my favorite place in the entire world!

  21. I have a friend that her husband was stationed in Japan, and between what she has told me and what you have here, I find it fascinating place to visit. Very intrigued

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