Panasonic Shiodome Museum, Minato

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#80 of 268 in Museums in Tokyo
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  • August 14, 2017
    Went got a ticket, but Ushio residue itself is free holiday and leisurely and enjoy the holiday. Re-entry as possible, staff Chair slowly to sit on the floor of the Museum there. Building clean and comfortable high ceiling. Under the Panasonic's showroom, there's also fun. Restaurants and cafes all empty, good. No child is quiet.
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  • April 10, 2017
    For a modern life, this museum depicts very useful things to educate common people to choose from various options. Though the term Museum is a kind of misleading but in reality, this facility wonderfu...  more »
  • March 26, 2017
    Located near Shimbashi station Panasonic Museum February visit time Henri Matisse and Georges Roux am and is being held. Matisse and Luo's oil painting works was a great opportunity to see the real thing. Admission is adults 1000 yen.
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  • May 1, 2017
    What most people are rating is the first floor showroom. The actual museum is on the 4th floor and would only be of interest to those in architecture or house building historians. For the average tourist this is a big disappointment and waste of time. Stick to the first floor to look at neat house appliances and technology. 800 yen wasted.
  • March 5, 2017
    Not really a museum. Think of Ikea for Panasonic products. Lots of living showrooms.
  • October 31, 2016
    A small, intimate, rathet unknown, yet first class, museum that does not overwhelm the visitor with a vast array of objects, but rather distills the essence of an exhibit's theme with a limited number of the very finest works. Many exhibits focus on French or other European arts, often showing their relationship with or effect on Japanese arts. The exhibit on French handpainted pottery was a fine and most memorable example of this. Their exhibition of Japanese tea ceremony iron kettles a few years ago was brilliant! Very comfortable atmosphere and friendly, helpful staff. Excellent book and gift shop. A quiet and meditative retreat from the city rush. Yet the Panasonic Building is in the midst of a very urban and interesting shopping mall alive with activity. I Iived a long time in Japan and every year, when I go back for a visit, the Shiodome Art Museum is one of my main objectives. A short walk from Shiodome Station on the Oedo subway line or the JR Hamatsu-cho Train Station. Nearby is the elegant traditional Hama Rikkyu strolling Tea Gardens. John
  • March 15, 2017
    Went for an event so I just saw the event hall. It was OK I guess. Gotta go there again.
  • March 17, 2017
    Museum on 4F of Panasonic corporate office. Extensive collection of Georges Rouault.

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