《Starland AIRA》

<<Important>> Notice of opening
It was closed to prevent new coronavirus infections, but it is open from May 7.

  • However, events until August will be canceled. Please note.
  • Observation of astronomical objects at the planetarium and observatory will be carried out as usual.
  • Also, when visiting the museum, please cooperate with disinfecting your fingers and wearing a mask.
  • Starland AIRA's three major attractions
    Planetarium (original program)

      You can enjoy seasonal starry sky information and star stories.
      In some cases, extraordinary projection is also available.
      Projection start time (Time required: 30 minutes)
      Mon-Tue (holidays only) Wednesday-Friday:
      From 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
      Saturday Sunday:
      From 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

    Daytime star observation
    If you use a large astronomical telescope, you can enjoy the stars even in the daytime on a clear day.
    (Wednesday to Friday, 9am to 4:30pm)

    Astronomical observation every Saturday and Sunday night
    Introducing the starry sky and astronomical objects that you can enjoy in that season, such as seasonal starry sky guides at the starry sky plaza, moon craters and Saturn's rings with a large astronomical telescope.

    Starland AIRA's three major attractions Let's see the full moon at Starland AIRA this year!

      This year is a great opportunity to observe the full moon on the night opening day.
      On a full moon night, let's look at the night sky with the Starland AIRA telescope!
      ▶" Enjoy the mysterious full moon at Starland AIRA! (PDF:394KB)


      Photo: Pink Moon


      Photo: Flower Moon


      Photo: Strawberry Moon

      Future full moon schedule

    1. Sunday, August 4th, "Star Zion Moon"
    2. September 2 (Wednesday) “Harvest Moon” *Closed at night
    3. October 4th (Sunday), 31st (Saturday) "Hunters Moon"

    [New Program] Planetarium Summer/Autumn Edition is showing!

      The new program Planetarium Summer/Autumn has started screening.

      Introducing the constellation guide from summer to autumn, we introduce two works of the summer constellation "Kotoza Monogatari" and the autumn constellation "Joga Monogatari".

      This time as well, the BGM composed by Tsuna Kubo Anna, a third year student at Shigetomi Junior High School, will beautifully color the planetarium. Please come visit Starland AIRA.

      Planetarium Summer BGM "Milky Way" (WAV: 13,826KB)


      Photo: Tsuna Kubo, the composer


      Photo: Cygnus


      Photo: Andromeda

    event information

    [Important] Events scheduled until the end of August have been canceled

      All events scheduled until the end of August were canceled to prevent new coronavirus infection. Observation of astronomical objects at the planetarium and observatory will be carried out as usual.

    ▶ For various event information Here Please refer to the.