Panasonic Center Tokyo
The Panasonic Center appeals to children who can experiment and learn about science in a fun and interactive way in a contemporary space.
The first floor of the Panasonic Center Tokyo includes the Atrium Exhibition, a medley of large, current Panasonic advertising campaigns and sponsorship of events around the world including the Olympics.
The Wonder Life-Box presents new technologies of the future with other areas on the first floor introducing the company's latest products to visitors.
The second floor has the RiSuPia, a hands-on museum focused on mathematics hidden in nature and general science. The discovery section of RiSuPia on the third floor has a charge to enter. The interactive exhibits focus on such topics as the science of colors, energy, water and waves.
The Nintendo Game Front is especially popular with kids and presents the latest games from Nintendo for visitors to try out.
Cafe E-Feel is also on the second floor and has a range of coffee, cakes and light meals. There's a balcony section with nice views over this area of Odaiba.
Panasonic Center Tokyo Hours
Open 10am-6pm Tuesday to Sunday; closed Monday
Free for the first two floors but a 500 yen admission charge for adults to enter the third floor RiSuPia museum. Admission is free for children of high school age and below.
3-5-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03 3599 2600
Ariake Station on the Yurikamome Line or Kokusai-tenjijo Station on the Rinkai Line.