Visiting

Information

"The Communication Hall of Space Science and Exploration" (Exhibition Room) is closed on Mondays, and sometimes closed for maintenance. Please check our calendar for the latest information.

Feel Close to the Space at the ISAS Sagamihara Campus

The main campus of ISAS locates at Sagamihara City. ISAS hosts regular open campus as a part of ISAS's outreach and education program.
Admission free. There are free but limited car parking.

Address and Contact

3-1-1 Yoshinodai, Chuo-ku, Sagamihara City, Kanagawa Prefecture, 252-5210
Phone: +81-42-759-8008 (9:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m.)

Opening hours

10:00 a.m to 5:30 p.m. The visitors' area opens 7 days of the week, but "The Communication Hall of Space Science and Exploration" (Exhibition Room) is closed on Mondays.
Please check our calendar for the latest information.

Food, Bevarage and Souvenir

Self-service vending machines with cold drinks and coffee in the Exhibition Room. You can sit down and take a rest with drinks at the common area in the Exhibition Room. You are also very welcome to use outdoor bench to consume food and drink brought from home. During lunch time, you can use cafeteria.
There is a shop of the University of Tokyo CO-OP ISAS that sells souvenir as well as lunch boxes, sandwitches, drinks and refreshments. The shop opens 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., on business days.

Others

  • Please refrain from entering the areas and facilities that are not opened for public.
  • Assistance dogs (service dog, guide dog, and so on) are allowed in the campus.
  • Please use outdoor bench to eating and drinking.
  • Please take all your garbage back home with you. Thank you for your cooperation.
  • Smoking is prohibited inside the campus except smoking area.

Regular Open Course

Highlights

Communication Hall of Space Science and Exploration

The Communication Hall of Space Science and Exploration is the ISAS Visitor Center and a facility that was established to urge various universities, research institutes, and private enterprises to participate in the Space Exploration Innovation Hub activity, which is as an industry–academia collaborative research.

In addition to introducing technological developments and academic research achievements on space science, it functions as a platform wherein proactive exchange of opinions and interactions can occur. Compared with exhibition rooms that have been widely utilized, this facility is a space wherein more people can come to learn about research and development about space science and exploration.

Outdoor

Meet full-scale models of M-V and M-3SII Rockets with explanation panels.