This video follows Panasonic Corporate PR Center members Ren and Han on a one-day business trip to Kyoto. In the morning, the two visited Panasonic Design Kyoto and handled interviews with overseas media. At noon, they had the opportunity to communicate with media at a Japanese-style lunch at Kamogawa River, followed by a visit to a Panasonic exhibition related to Circular Economy.

What three items are essential for Panasonic PR professionals? What happens during media interviews? What kind of exhibition did an historic temple in Kyoto collaborate with Panasonic on? Do you know what “Ekiben” means? Let’s find out in the video.

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Photo: Ren Jie

Ren Jie

I am from Inner Mongolia. In 2014, I came to Japan for graduate school to study a media-related field. I have been working in the Corporate PR Center and in charge of global PR communications since joining Panasonic in 2017. In my private life, I enjoy photography and cooking. 

Photo: Han Ying

Han Ying

I have experience living in China, the US, and currently live in Japan. When I was a university student, I majored in marketing and minored in communications. I joined the Panasonic Group in 2020, and have worked in the PR department ever since. It’s become a custom of mine to go on many trips abroad, and as an ISFJ (Defender), I love to make plans before every trip. Delicious food and dancing are important parts of my life, too.  

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