Deutsches Museum(German Museum)
I went to the German Museum in Munich. There are about 17,000 exhibits and it is the world's largest techonlogy museum. If you follow all of route on every floor, it is about 17km! For your information, please make sure that you have at least a day to see every exhibits! Admission is 8.5euro.
Here was my favorite section and I could know the history of aircraft. Interestingly, Japanese kites were displayed.
Flight exhibits featured full-scale airplanes from the World War, helicopters, jet engines, etc.
Most of the descriptions for these exhibits, except the main exhibits, were all in German and I couldn't understand the description well. If you want ot understand about areas of interest to you, at least knowlage of German is a must! Anyway, if you like a museum, there were plenty of thing to see there.
A highly impressive thing in the museum was this machine. According to the illustrations for instruction, it looked like a massage product. Of course it wasn't an exhibit! It would be a good idea to use it after walking around the huge museum.
Japanese restaurant SANO
I happened to find a Japanese restaurant near the museum and I went there because I had already been hungry for Japanese food. There was a variety of Japanese food on the menu, but I didn't know why, I ordered a "Pho(Vietnamese rice noodle)"....
The funny thing was that each combo meal was named after personal Japanese names. The price of sushi "Mayuko", which is a common girl's name in Japane, was 5euro and the price of sushi "Koichi", which is a common boy's name, was 7 euro!