Panasonic Center Tokyo, Koto

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  • Now can tour uses the close, meeting in Tokyo, the general public and has. Ali is also dining there, stop by the tourist?
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  • I went to the 1/14 of a winter dawn. Not too crowded so this time around. This facility there in Panasonic's showroom is a bit harder, that math and science experience Museum and wondering, but elementary school children in one year and three years had enjoyed quite a bit. Description solid step-by-step detailed principles for children (even for adults), the first experience can take place. Risupia went from playing here play with Switch and 3 DS Nintendo game front, because my son is open at the same time. In the 2nd quest floor quest library quite enjoy challenge quiz and stroke.
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  • In this building very near the Tokyo Big Sight, is located on the third floor a small (for the size of the museums in Tokyo) interactive math Center. The best I've seen in recent times. It is worth visiting it with children or adults only interested in this type of activity.
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  • 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.
  • Cool place, not selling things but more sharing innovations and 'thoughts' for lack of a better word from Panasonic as a company. New tech, ways tech is being used, some demos, etc.
  • It's a good experience if you are into science but it is definitely aimed at kids. It consists mostly of basic science and easy to grasp concepts such as electromagnetism. Should have stayed to watch the superconductor showing but it was all in Japanese anyway so not great for those who do not speak a lot of Japanese like me. A good place to take your kids but for adults or teenage groups I would not suggest a visit. Best thing I found while there was a electromagnet above a fluid with magnetic properties so when you turn the magnet on you get some cool spiked shapes pertrude in black liquid from the magnet. Overall just for kids.
  • Havent learnt much of panasonic culture and products not really interesting
  • Guided tour is well prepared and leads you to interesting experience. But only one visit would be enough unless they renew the contents, which I think is quite difficult.

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