Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: Panasonic Center




July 11, 2017

Visit Tokyo: Panasonic Center

Panasonic Center Tokyo in Odaiba offers three levels of science and innovation for guests to explore for free.

One of the highlights for the kiddos was the Nintendo Game Front, where the kids could sign up to play the new Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch.

The waitlist for the Nintendo 3DS went through quickly, but the waitlist for the Nintendo Switch was very long.

So while the kids waited, they explored the RiSuPia Quest Floor exhibits.

Various exhibits focusing on the principles of science and mathematics kept the kids busy and engaged.

There is also a third floor RiSuPia Discovery exhibition which can be accessed for a fee (no photographs allowed). 

While there, guests enjoy even more interactive displays and can use a Discovery Scope to navigate through different exhibits of sound and illumination.

There are also many exhibits on the first floor, including an Atrium Exhibition, Active Learning Camp, and Life Solutions, but we didn't have time to explore any of the first floor (next time!).
A cafe is also on site.

Even though we couldn't explore all of the exhibits, the kids were content with the RiSuPia exhibits and playing Nintendo - where I'm sure they would've been happy playing all day long!

Panasonic Center Tokyo
Japan, 〒135-0063 Tokyo, 江東区Ariake
3 Chome−5−1
+81 3-3599-2600

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