Little Planet is a permanent digital exhibition that combines digital technology with play. Opened in Nov 2018, Little Planet offers various digital experiences to keep your child active and engaged. If your kids loved the TeamLab Borderless/Planets exhibition they`ll love to pop into Little Planet. Our kids loved the sand party area where they used special tools to locate digital treasures in a sand box. Use the tools (located under the treasure board) to hover over an area in the sand. When blue circles appear begin digging in that area to discover a digital treasure. Dig streams, build mountains and locate all the treasures!
Next to the sandbox is the digital spray paint wall and rubix cube-like game where each player competes for the most points. Then there is the digital ball pit that uses lights and sounds. Throw balls at the shapes on the wall to collect stars.
The Paper Rikishi / Digital Paper Sumo, Cookie Chain Puzzle, and counting wall sits on the other side of the room. Color the Paper Rikishi characters then scan to have your wrestlers fight. Note certain colors improve the wrestler’s abilities (speed & strength). Try different color combinations for your wrestler to win 1st place! Use the long white cushions to connect identical cookies on the cookie wall to collect points OR play on the interactive counting wall by connecting number bubbles to add up to 10.
Recommended for ages 3 years and up. We spent an hour here but could have easily stayed longer. Highly recommend purchasing the free pass/day pass as you can come and go as you please. Little Planet is located on the 5th floor of Diver City Mall. It has a fantastic food court on the 2nd floor with Decora Creamery Rainbow Cotton Candy, Carl`s Jr burgers, Gindaco (takoyaki), and noodle shops, and sit down restaurants on the 6th floor. Shops include Uniqlo (kids), Daiso (100 yen shop), Hands Be (Tokyu Hands sister store), A|X, H&M, Zara, Michael Kors, MAC, Round 1 Sports Entertainment Stadium, Skateboard park on the roof and more. Diver City is also surrounded by outdoor festivals, the Unicorn Gundam statue and is a short walk to Decks Odaiba. Visit our Tokyo One Day Itinerary – Odaiba with Kids for more.
60 min: Kids up to 17 years 1400 JPY ; Adults 900 JPY.
90 min Kids up to 17 years 1800 JPY ; Adults 1000 JPY.
Additional 300 JPY per 15 min for Kids; 100 JPY for adults.
Weekdays Kids up to 17 years 1800 JPY; Adults 900 JPY.
Weekends Kids up to 17 years 2400 JPY; Adults 1200 JPY.
*Only 50 passes are given out on wknds and holidays
Little Planet Odaiba Details:
Address: 1-1-10 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo Diversity Tokyo 5F
Hours: Daily 10:00-21:00
Access: 3 minutes on foot from Tokyo Teleport Station or 5 minutes on foot from Daiba Station.
Locations: Omiya, Yokohama, Shin Misato, Fukuoka and more. Check their website for a full list.
Additional Tokyo Indoor Play Spaces for Kids – Tokyo with Kids
LEGOLAND Discovery Center (Odaiba, Tokyo)
Little Planet Digital Play Space – Diver City Odaiba