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General Audience

A Black Hole Revealed-EHT and the 100 Year Vision-

Predicted by Einstein’s general theory of relativity, black holes are perhaps the most elusive objects in the universe. This spectacular story chronicles the challenges faced by the international team of scientists tasked with directly imaging this mysterious phenomenon for the first time.
Supervised by Mareki Honma, lead of the project team in Japan.

Genre: Astoronomy / Audience: General Audience / Duration: Approx. 25min
©️ “A Black Hole Revealed” Production Partnership

Children Family


Let’s go on a moon exploration with the cats! An hommage to Apollo & Artemis mission for planetariums and digital dome theatres.

Genre: Astoronomy / Audience: Children, Family / Duration: Approx. 23min
© KWON O CHUL & Cho Hea Seung.

Children Family


Just below the fireworks! Miraculous, live-action footage 360-degree, all-encompassing fireworks!

Welcome to a whole new planetarium experience! More than 1,000 fireworks displays are held across Japan every year, attracting a total of 70 million visitors. These pyrotechnic displays are one of the most beloved events in Japan.

Genre: Art / Music, Science / Audience: Children, Family / Duration: Approx. 25min
©Nihonbashi Marutamaya

General Audience


The show presents a great journey to close in on a secret of birth of the solar system, and you will watch a surprised process of asteroid exploration in detail.
As the third and last episode in 'HAYABUSA' and 'HAYABUSA2' movie series, this show rounds out the story of HAYABUSA mission which continued 10 years. Enjoy a story of HAYABUSA2’s bold challenge with spectacular image in fulldome.

Genre: Astoronomy / Audience: General Audience / Duration: Approx. 44min

Family General Audience

Night of Falling Stars-Revealing the secrets of meteor showers-

Shooting stars, they emit light and fade away in an instant. What are they? Most shooting stars appear on certain days each year, a phenomenon we call meteor showers. Why do these special nights happen? What is the connection that links shooting stars and our solar system? Come take a journey through time and space to discover the secret of meteor showers.

Genre: Astoronomy / Audience: Family, General Audience / Duration: Approx. 22min / 19min
© Night of Falling Stars Production Committee

General Audience

Sky TourWindow on the Universe

In pursuit of the world’s ever-changing starlit skies.

Journey across beautiful landscapes, oceans and continents to discover the different views into space that our planet offers.

Explore North America, Hawaii, Australia, Bolivia, New Zealand.

A breathtaking film, incorporating timelapse footage gathered over three years of world travel.

Genre: Astoronomy, Nature / Audience: General Audience / Duration: Approx. 35min / 28min
© KAGAYA Studio

General Audience

HORIZONBeyond the Edge of the Visible Universe

We have long tried to find out what is out there in an unknown world ever since we existed on earth. A feeling of curiosity with a question of “Why?” led us to develop a form of science and chase after the horizon in the vast universe. From Geocentric theory to Heliocentric theory, from Steady-state cosmology to Big Bang theory, through the historical figures observing the stars, a fulldome digital planetarium film HORIZON gets to the bottom of the space exploration.

Genre: Astoronomy / Audience: General Audience / Duration: Approx. 41min /28min

General Audience

Stardust Crystal RadioBirth of the Universe Inflation Theory

How did the universe begin?
This is a story of a boy, Hadrosaurus, and Japanese Weasel set in a mystical space.
This is a fulldome planetarium show.

Genre: Science / Audience: General Audience / Duration: Approx.41min/28min
©Kagawa Prefecture

General Audience


Japan, 2025. Technology has been advancing more and more rapidly.

"Brain cyberization" that makes possible direct connections to information networks via the brain, the technology of "prosthetic bodies" that allows humans to change their body parts into cybernetical ones; in this world where such scientific advances have become common, a bombing attack threat is sent to the Japanese government.

Genre: Character / Audience: General Audience / Duration: Approx. 15min


BONOBONOFriend from another planet

BONO BONO, a Japanese popular comic since 1986, is coming to the dome screen!
Bonobono, a young sea otter, and his friends move across the planetarium dome screen freely.
With completely new story, they go on a great adventure into space!

Genre: Character / Audience: Children / Duration: Approx. 22min