Inspired by Japan’s insistence on freshness
-3˚C Prime Fresh freezing
Washoku is famous for its use of raw ingredients, with Sushi and Sashimi being two renowned examples. To satisfy the insistence of discerning Japanese customers on the freshest ingredients possible, Panasonic created the Prime Fresh freezing compartment.
The secret is Panasonic’s unique sensing and temperature control technologies. The Prime Fresh freezing compartment senses when you put in ingredients and keeps them at a steady -3˚C, partially freezing them. Helping prevent food oxidation, this compartment can keep perishable foods extra-fresh for up to a week. Partial freezing also minimizes damage to the cells of ingredients, helping preserve their original texture and nutrition. In addition, meat, poultry, and fish slice easily and neatly, making meal preparation easier than ever.
When you can’t see what’s in your refrigerator, it’s easy to forget to use valuable food or to buy the same food twice. To help solve this issue while making food easier than ever to view and reach, Panasonic came up with a new innovation: the Fully extending drawer, which extends all the way outside the refrigerator. It’s truly a case of a little thing meaning a lot.
And it’s a little thing that required some fairly advanced Japanese technology: rails with special high-load bearings. Go ahead, fill the drawers up – the rails are specially designed to distribute the weight evenly and securely. With one hand, you can easily slide a fully loaded drawer in and out, as smooth as can be. And of course, these drawers are highly durable.
Caring about customers and their experience with the product. This hallmark of Japanese culture is built into your Panasonic refrigerator, helping make it a convenient joy to use every day.
The Beauty and Presence of a Fine Piece of Furniture
Panasonic believes that a refrigerator should possess all the beauty and presence of a high-end piece of furniture. This full-flat, frameless design entices the eye with glass reminiscent of lustrous obsidian, harmonizing with any space. Drawing inspiration from such ancient Japanese glass cutting techniques as Edo Kiriko and Satsuma Kiriko, Panasonic gave the glass panels of the refrigerator elegant beveled edges. But the attention to detail does not stop there. With the LEDs and the back wall, the Prime Fresh freezing compartment has a soft yet powerful glow inside to beautifully set off food ingredients.
The final result is a work of art that enhances any kitchen and provides a truly enjoyable experience every time you opens its doors.
Key Visual Design Details
Designed to make food conveniently visible and accessible
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