Inspired by Japanese cuisine

The Panasonic Washing Machine

Japan is blessed with an abundance of fresh, pure water. Rain falling in the mountains finds its way to clear streams and springs both hot and cold. Japanese people’s traditional reverence of nature extends to water, the essence of life.

This love of pure water in turn gave birth to Japanese people’s appreciation of cleanliness in every aspect of life. Japanese love a long soak in the bathtub, and they insist on meticulously keeping clothing clean and presentable.

Panasonic’s washing machines embody this cultural appreciation of water and cleanliness. The Japanese approach is to get clothing stunningly clean, helping you look and feel beautiful at home and everywhere you go.

Inspired by Japan’s love of cleanliness

ActiveFoam System

Matching their insistence of personal cleanliness, Japanese people like to wear beautifully clean clothes. Over the decades, this hallmark of Japanese culture has inspired Panasonic to create a wide range of advanced washing machine technologies – like ActiveFoam System.

Applying the power of water pressure, from the begging of wash cycles, the washing machine whips water and detergent into fine, dense foam and powerfully injects it into the drum from above. Then, the foam penetrates deep into clothing fibers, where they efficiently lift and separate dirt. The result: a clean like no other! And the ActiveFoam System helps shorten the wash cycle, saving you time in your busy day. Panasonic’s newest machine is amazingly fast speed wash.

Beautiful clothes, quicker. Your family will look and feel better than ever.

10-Degree Tilted Drum

Inspired by Japan’s ergonomic insights

10-Degree Tilted Drum

Ergonomics is the science of matching technology to the human body and mind, and Japan is the leader in the field. Curious about the relationship of front-loading washing machine drum height and angle to the user experience, Panasonic undertook a range of experiments to see what worked best. The result was the tilted drum.

A small detail that makes a big difference, the 10-degree tilt helps in several ways at once. In terms of ergonomics, the tilted drum is placed higher on the machine than is typical, allowing the user to see and reach down and into it, significantly reducing the need to stoop. Further, the tilt makes it possible to open the door during operation, since the water cannot flow upward and out. The tilt also enhances the efficiency of water use for excellent environmental performance. Finally, the tilt makes possible more efficient use of space for a more compact and aesthetically pleasing appliance.

In engineering the total user experience, Panasonic follows a deep-rooted Japanese ethos: Never compromise. Always innovate.

A Minimalist Aesthetic for Interior Harmony

A washing machine is typically placed in a laundry room, kitchen, or sanitary space. Today, discerning customers want every space and appliance in their homes to look great. The minimalist horizontal and vertical lines and simple circle motif of the Panasonic washing machine harmonize perfectly with the interior.

Unmarred by any bumps, depressions, or gaps, the front is perfectly flat and reflects its surroundings like the still bodies of water favored by classical Japanese artists. The chrome ring around the door heightens the clean look of the machine, while the control panel located on top helps eliminate visual clutter.

This design showcases Panasonic’s attention to detail and refined, minimalistic aesthetic approach. In an area of the home that often gets messy, this washing machine helps keep everything looking great and running smoothly.

A Minimalist Aesthetic for Interior Harmony

Key Visual Design Details

WASHING MACHINES
Designed for easy loading and unloading and intuitive control

Key Visual Design Details
PrimeFresh
NA - D106X1

NA - D106X1

ECONAVI INVERTER
NA - 128VG5

NA - 128VG5

ECONAVI INVERTER
X1 Series

X1 Series

ECONAVI
A1 Series

A1 Series

ECONAVI INVERTER

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