The City of Tsukuba operates a Science Tour Bus on Saturdays, Sundays, and national holidays. Buy the bus pass at the Kantetsu Office in Tsukuba Center (at the bus terminal). The pass costs 500 yen for adults and 250 yen for children (elementary school age). Infants are free. The pass allows you to ride the bus all day.
The bus runs from 8:30am to 4:30pm. There are 8 buses that run a short course and 5 buses that run a short course. The buses do not run on December 30, 31 or Jan 1.
|Bus 1||Bus 2||Bus 3||Bus 4||Bus 5||Bus 6||Bus 7||Bus 8|
|Geographical Survey Institute||9:16||10:16||11:16||13:16||14:16||15:16||16:46|
|.||Bus 1||Bus 2||Bus 3||Bus 4||Bus 5||Bus 6|
|Geographical Survey Institute||9:59||11:29||13:59||15:29||16:59|
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