Mar 21, 2024

Company / Press Release

Some Group Showroom Functions Relocating to Shiodome, Tokyo

Updating Business-Focused Exhibits while Strengthening Cooperation with Operating Companies

Osaka, Japan Panasonic Holdings Corporation today announced that the Panasonic Group Solutions Showroom1, a group showroom for business customers currently located on the fourth floor of Panasonic Center Tokyo (3-5-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo), will be relocated to the first floor of Panasonic Tokyo Shiodome Building (1-5-1 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo) and reopened as a place where visitors can experience the history, latest solutions, and future vision of the Panasonic Group. The relocation will take place in March 2025.

Since its founding in 1918, the Panasonic Group has been working to “improve and enhance society,” and “advance the culture of the world.” After the relocation, the showroom will introduce the history of the company, as well as the latest solutions and practical examples of how these solutions contribute to addressing and resolving social challenges, including global environmental issues. The exhibit will also give visitors a sense of the future that the Panasonic Group is pursuing in order to achieve “an ideal society with affluence both in matter and mind.”

Showrooms for several operating companies can be found in the vicinity of the Panasonic Tokyo Shiodome Building, including a Panasonic Corporation showroom on the lower level of the building. Following the relocation, new business-focused exhibits will be coordinated with the showrooms of each operating company.

As the result of the relocation, Panasonic Center Tokyo will permanently close on December 25, 2024. In addition to business-oriented exhibits, the facility also currently hosts Panasonic GREEN IMPACT PARK2, which seeks to provide children with the opportunity to learn about the current state of increasingly serious global environmental issues and the Panasonic Group’s efforts to address them, while encouraging them to think about how they can help solve these problems, and AkeruE3, a creative museum based on the STEAM approach to education. Successors to these next-generation development support functions will be considered in the future.

Panasonic Center Tokyo will operate as usual until December 25.

1 Opened in November 2022. This facility introduces corporate and government customers to the latest Panasonic Group ideas, technologies and solutions. Access is by appointment only and support is provided in Japanese, English and Chinese.

2 Opened in March 2023. This installation introduces global environmental issues from around the world and examples of the Panasonic Group's efforts to resolve them while creating opportunities for children, who will lead the next generation, to explore what they can do to help.

3 Opened in April 2021. Based on the STEAM approach to education, this installation incorporates elements of a science museum, art museum, and workshop, and is a place to foster children’s curiosity, inquisitiveness, and inspiration.

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