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Panasonic Living Showroom Tokyo

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Panasonic Living Showroom Tokyo

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1-5-1, Higashi-Shimbashi Panasonic Electric Works Tokyo Headquarters Building B2/1F, Minato Tokyo Prefecture
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5-hour Tokyo Historical Bike Tour through Imperial Palace & Tsukiji

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Bus tours can quickly transport you to top sights, but to really get a feel for Tokyo join this small-group bicycle tour. Soak up the atmosphere while pedaling at an easy pace through the back streets of the city between such historical attractions as temples and the Imperial Palace. Includes lunch at the famed Tsukiji Fish Market.
$96.13 per adult
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Kayleaf123 wrote a review Mar 2017
Brisbane, Australia22 contributions6 helpful votes
This is a free activity so wonder in and have a look if you are in the area. On display is latest gadgets for the home, office and play available for purchase now not new in the pipeline gadgets. There is an area for the children to play and discover and a new innovative home you can tour but is is in Japanese.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Tom S wrote a review Jul 2016
Verona, New Jersey44 contributions11 helpful votes
I decided to pop in here while in Tokyo because I was in the area. It's a large, 2-story showroom with tons of cool gizmos and gadgets. I played Wii for a while, and then walked around to see what was on display. The staff followed me around like diligently, but I suppose that's understandable as they don't want anyone taking pictures. Definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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Paul H wrote a review Nov 2015
London, United Kingdom1,120 contributions269 helpful votes
It's big. Nothing to major to see. Some lovely staff and nice massage chairs. Was happy to try them out for free. Most items I had already seen in other shops. Nothing state of the art. Not worth it unless you love Panasonic.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Jack F wrote a review Jun 2015
Bandung, Indonesia827 contributions264 helpful votes
This place is an exhibition arena production of Panasonic, especially household electronic equipment. A lot of products that they act, and including one robot that can be a human riding.
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Date of experience: July 2014
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