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Tokyo Big Sight
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Panasonic Centre Tokyo, 3-5-1 Ariake · interesting places nearby
At the Panasonic showroom, this museum has hands-on exhibits illustrating maths and science principles. The 1st-floor Quest Gallery is free but the 3rd-floor Discovery Field, which charges admission, is more fun. Look out for the ‘prime number’ air-hockey game that uses numbers instead of pucks. There are explanations throughout in English.