TenQ can stop kids getting lost in space

The new TenQ is a fun way to talk about the galaxy with your kids.


“There’s something special about the sky at night. The stars may be clearer during the colder months, but right now it’s easier for you and the kids to sprawl out on a patch of grass (or sand for you beach lovers) and gaze at the galaxy — at least when the weather is more accommodating. I love the conversations that arise during these times: questions about the planets, the constellations and the unfathomable depths of the universe. Many questions of which, I must say, I’m not knowledgeable enough to answer.

For inquiries like these, I may turn to Space Museum TenQ in Tokyo Dome City. While not as affordable as a casual night under the stars (tickets range between ¥1,200 and ¥1,800), Space Museum TenQ offers an entertaining and educational look at the cosmos.”

Read the entire column at the Japan Times.

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About Jason Andrew Jenkins

In 1997, Jason left his home near Atlanta for a year abroad. He liked it so much that he never went back. After three years in Taiwan and 13 years in Japan, he and his wife quit their desk jobs in Tokyo, pulled their kids out of local schools and traveled as a family for six years, living in Malaysia, Spain, and Mexico along the way. They returned to Japan — Osaka this time — in the summer of 2019. Jason loves Google Maps, carry-on luggage, and most dishes registering on the Scoville scale.
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