Showroom introducing the Panasonic Group’s projectsPanasonic Center Tokyo is the Panasonic Group showroom.
It features hands-on exhibits introducing efforts to combat global warming, facilities that foster the creativity of children, as well as events held on weekends.
Panasonic GREEN IMPACT PARK
Children can learn about the current situation and solutions to global warming, it is a place to create opportunities for taking action “Panasonic GREEN IMPACT PARK”“Panasonic GREEN IMPACT PARK” was opened as a place for children of the next generation to learn about the increasingly urgent issue of global warming and how to combat it, creating an opportunity for them to take action.
“Panasonic GREEN IMPACT” is Panasonic Group’s long-term environmental vision to aim to achieve both a “better life” and “sustainable global environment,” and this message is introduced in the themes of “CO2 emission reduction” and “resource circulation” (free admission).
◆CO2 emission reduction
Learn about how much CO2 is emitted in society and in our daily lives, the various types and methods for generating power, and the characteristics of renewable energy.
Through hands-on exhibits, we will approach how to properly use generated power and electricity, and how to live a lifestyle that produces as little CO2 as possible.
In the hands-on exhibits of the “resource circulation” area, we will consider how to efficiently use limited resources in our daily lives, and explore the specific initiatives of the Panasonic Group’s factories and products/services.
AkeruE, a museum that turns inspiration into realityAkeruE on the 2nd and 3rd floors is a facility that supports children’s creative activities through experiences geared towards seeing, creating, and communicating (admission fee required). Workshops for children are also held on a regular basis, and we invite you to join us.
A place for people of different ages, jobs, and beliefs to get together, exchange ideas, and work together.
In the aquaponics exhibit, visitors can learn about the Earth’s cycles through a cyclical cultivation system used to grow fish and plants.
We have digital fabrication devices that make things using data. We also have programs you can use to make your own crafts.
It has artwork that combines science and technology with art, and exhibits that break down and explain the mechanisms within each piece.
Make your ideas and creations into a story, and express them in visual form. Share and communicate them with others.
Students are given a theme to create their own works of art with their favorite materials to express one big world together.
Opening Hours【Panasonic Center Tokyo】
10:00 am～5:00 pm
10:00 am～5:00 pm (Last admission until 4:00 pm)
Days ClosedMonday, Year-end and New Year
2 minutes on foot
Rinkai LineKokusai-tenjijo Station
3 minutes on foot