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Whether you're a tourist or an aspiring artist, visiting the famous Madame Tussauds Tokyo is an experience you won't soon forget. With more than sixty life-size wax figures and hands-on exhibits, there's plenty to see and do.

More than 60 life-size wax figures

Located in Odaiba, Tokyo, Madame Tussauds Tokyo features life-size wax statues of famous personalities from around the world. Visitors can touch and pose with these statues. This is a truly interactive experience.

Madame Tussauds Tokyo has 60 life-size wax figures, including world leaders and celebrities. These statues are designed and crafted using techniques developed by Marie Tussaud. The process takes about five weeks and includes over a thousand measurements and over 20 highly-skilled artists. The finished wax figure is about 2% larger than the real person.

The wax figure is made from ten layers of oil-based paint. Eyes, hair and teeth are also added to make the statue look like the celebrity. After this, the figure is cleaned and checked for quality by maintenance teams. The museum plans to add about 20 new wax figures by November.

Marvel Universe 4D Cinema

Located near the TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood, Madame Tussauds is an attraction that is sure to sate the appetites of diehard Marvel buffs. The park has eight attractions to choose from, each featuring its own unique set of thrills and spills. There are also special ticket offers that include tickets to the Marvel X-Men and Fantastic Four exhibits. This is the only place where you can rub shoulders with celebrities without the suffocating glare of a glassed in VIP room.

The Star Wars zone at Madame Tussauds is a must see for any fan of the galaxy far, far away. Among the many things to do, you'll find a 4D movie experience, a scavenger hunt style interactive exhibit that lets you get up close and personal with a variety of the spookiest characters, and the aforementioned Star Wars exhibit.

Albert Einstein

During his five and a half month tour of the Far East in 1922, Albert Einstein made a few notable stops, including Kyoto, Nikko and Senda. He also made a few unplanned stops in Japan, including an unplanned talk at the University of Kyoto. The trip was a success, in that Einstein received warm welcomes in Japan.

While in Japan, Einstein also made a few interesting discoveries. For example, he verified the bending of starlight when passing by the Sun. He also made a surprising discovery in the field of gravity. In 1915, he developed the theory of general relativity, which explained that gravity is a distortion of spacetime. This was a major step forward in Einstein's work, and is credited as being the starting point for mass energy equivalency.

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Hands-on exhibits

Besides the usual wax figures, Madame Tussauds Tokyo also offers hands-on exhibits. This is a unique feature for the Japanese branch of the museum. Here, visitors can interact with life-size, lifelike figures of international and Japanese celebrities.

The first Madame Tussauds branch opened in London, UK in 1884. After the establishment of the original location in Marylebone Road, London, Madame Tussauds started to expand into other countries. They now have over two dozen locations in the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

The Japan branch features over 70 celebrity wax figures. They include actors, actresses, musicians, and sports stars. Kids will be especially interested in the sports figures and pop stars. Some of the more famous celebrities you can meet at Madame Tussauds Tokyo include Ayumu Goromaru, a member of the historical World Cup team; Beyonce; and Michael Jackson.

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Located in Odaiba, Madame Tussauds Tokyo is a wax museum and tourist attraction. It is the home of over 70 life-sized wax figures of famous people, from presidents and pop stars to politicians and athletes. This is one of the most popular attractions in the area.

The site is open daily. It is located on the third floor of the Decks Tokyo Beach mall. It is about a 30 minute drive from downtown Tokyo. The museum has no ropes and partitions, allowing visitors to touch and pose with their favorite celebrities. It has also added dancing holograms.

There is one main downside to the wax museum, which is that it is only open for business during the day. If you are planning to visit, you may want to buy a ticket in advance to avoid the long queues. You can also purchase a ticket online to save time and money.

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