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Panasonic Center Tokyo, Koto

(3.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Subdued lighting is very needed care. Looks real phenomena, such as mathematics, physics, so that what would great educational place.
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  • I'm surprised that people didn't find much to do here. I took my two kids (ages 6 & 9) and had to drag them out of the place after 2.5 hours. Quite a few of the staff members were quite proficient in ...  more »
  • I was u sure about visiting the Panasonic centre with a two year old but it was amazing! They had a little area with books and toys that amused her for a while. Then she ran around looking at all the ...  more »
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  • for a free attraction, how can you not give it 5 stars? it's essentially a panasonic showroom, but seeing their new stuff is always cool
  • Not a riveting experience, but it's an interesting building, lots of hands on stuff for kids. Only worth the effort if in the area, as it's quite a significant walk from the shopping area on the island.
  • Showroom with all Panasonic products, could be better explored by the company.
  • Wow. Technology at its best.
  • The RiSuPia portion of the Panasonic Center is one of the best science museums in Tokyo, with free admission for visitors under 18. Almost all the exhibits are set up as hands-on activities and interactive games, covering topics such as optics and color, magnetism, waves, pendulums and the like. It's a thoroughly engaging experience, and it's easy to spend a couple of hours here exploring everything at an unhurried pace.