The Sony Building, which opened in April of 1966, is a tall tower made of 6 floors, which was designed by the Japanese architect, Yoshinobu Ashihara in a post-modern style.
If you go to the 6th floor, you can start your visit attending a short multimedia exhibition, and then proceed by going down, floor by floor, and enjoying the newest products of the company. Gadget lovers will surely have a blast, especially because they can even purchase a variety of Sony products, such as smart phones, cameras, audio systems, headphones and even televisions and video projectors!
On top of the familiar products on the market, you can find concept products which are potential products that may only be available in the future, along with many new products, that you may not have heard of.
If you are looking for adventures and fun experiences, in the Sony
Building there are quite a lot of computer games of virtual reality for visitor’s entertainment.
You can enter the building straight from the B9 train station in Ginza.
Closed from the 31 of December to the 1 of January