If you want to look ahead into the future of technology, TEPIA Advanced Technology Gallery is just the spot for you. Explore the wonders of cutting edge technology, from AI to 3D printing! What’s more, TEPIA is all about getting involved — there are classes, workshops, and other interactive exhibits. These allow you to use brand new tech to create your own mementos and memories.

Permanent displays/exhibitions

Spread out across four floors, the permanent exhibitions include several displays of AI, robotics technology, and virtual reality in practical use. You can explore a home controlled through holographic VR remotes or examine how AI changes voices and faces. Afterwards, visit the creative lab and let your imagination free watching the 3D printers, and AI-generated art.

Special exhibitions

If you reserve in advance, you can also take the opportunity to participate in various workshops. These include the basics of robotics, where you’ll learn to program tasks, as well as a chance to use the 3D printer to create your own objects.

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How to buy tickets for TEPIA

Entry to TEPIA is free, but reservations must be made in advance for both entry and workshops. You can do this online (link in Japanese).

How to get to TEPIA

The closest train station to TEPIA is Gaienmae Station on the Tokyo Subway Ginza line, a 6-minute walk away.

Things to do nearby

Right next to TEPIA is Meiji Jingu Park, a large, open-air space with several sports stadiums. Catch a baseball game at Meiji Jingu Stadium, or head to the Japan National Stadium for other sports. If you’re more in a museum mood, you can also head to the Japan Olympic Museum — a 2-minute walk away.

Frequently asked questions

Are there English translations available?

Unfortunately not. While most of the project titles are translated into English, that’s about the limit of it. Staff will try their best to help you, but their English is also limited. However, the activities are very simple, so it’s worth your while even if you struggle with Japanese.