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The Sewerage Science Museum in Osaka opens the door to the city’s sewers. Here you can fulfill your dream of discovering about wastewater. Journey through ancient sewers around the world, play a video game that takes you on a race through Osaka’s own underground river, or climb through the Labyrinth of Sewer Pipes! Downstairs you can enter the Underground Explorer that takes you on an adventure through underground sites around the world. Don’t miss the Maishima sludge center!! The entire sixth floor is a thermostatic botanical garden where pineapples, cucumbers, bananas and tomatoes are grown hydroponically, using processed water and the heat from the treatment process. Of special interest is the interactive exhibit where visitors become sewage themselves and explore the Osaka’s sewer system with a special short trip through the sewage treatment process. This is your chance to enter a giant toilet seat and simultaneously learn all about the modern miracle of wastewater management at the same time!
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The Sewerage Science Museum in Osaka opens the door to the city’s sewers. Here you can fulfill your dream of discovering about wastewater. Journey through ancient sewers around the world, play a video game that takes you on a race through Osaka’s own underground river, or climb through the Labyrinth of Sewer Pipes! Downstairs you can enter the Underground Explorer that takes you on an adventure through underground sites around the world. Don’t miss the Maishima sludge center!! The entire sixth floor is a thermostatic botanical garden where pineapples, cucumbers, bananas and tomatoes are grown hydroponically, using processed water and the heat from the treatment process. Of special interest is the interactive exhibit where visitors become sewage themselves and explore the Osaka’s sewer system with a special short trip through the sewage treatment process. This is your chance to enter a giant toilet seat and simultaneously learn all about the modern miracle of wastewater management at the same time!