Panasonic Museum

Konosuke Matsushita, the founder of Panasonic,
was in continuous pursuit of A Better Life, A Better World.

The Panasonic Museum was established as a way to widely communicate his ambitious goals,
the passion of his many successors, the numerous products and technologies that have been created as a result,
and to pass down the spirit of Panasonic to future generations.

Konosuke Matsushita, the founder of Panasonic, was in continuous pursuit of A Better Life, A Better World.

The Panasonic Museum was established as a way to widely communicate his ambitious goals, the passion of his many successors, the numerous products and technologies that have been created as a result, and to pass down the spirit of Panasonic to future generations.

Facility Guide

100th Founding Anniversary Monuments

These monuments represent the dynamic growth and development
that Panasonic achieves through its constantly-evolving business activities.
Please take the time to look around.

Tatsuo Miyajima

Using digital counters to represent the endless cycle of birth and death, this work presents a flow of ideas regarding the majesty of life.

It represents the dynamic growth and development that Panasonic achieves through its constantly-evolving business activities.

Keiji Uematsu

Taking inspiration from the structural order of the universe, this work expresses unseen forces such as a gravity and time.

Simply and powerfully based in vertical and horizontal forms, it is an abstract representation of the future growth of Panasonic.

Kozo Nishino

This work adopts the structural forms of things like wind, not ordinarily visible to the human eye. The artist is known for his work Sky Memory, commemorating the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center.

It expresses the 100 years of Panasonic's history as well as the vision for another 100 years of Panasonic's future.

Access

Address:

1006 Oaza Kadoma, Kadoma-shi, Osaka, 571-8501, Japan

Access:

About a 2-minute walk from Nishisanso Station on the Keihan Line

Admission fee:

Free

Hours:

9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Closed:

Sundays, and New Year holidays

*Hours may vary during special exhibitions and events.

Parking:

Spaces for 10 cars and 4 large buses
*Parking is limited. We recommend the use of public transportation.

Bicycle parking:

Limited space available

Contact:

Tel.: +81(0)6-6906-0106
Fax: +81(0)6-6906-1894