Panasonic Museum

Relaying the Thoughts of Konosuke Matsushita to Future Generations

Konosuke Matsushita, the founder of Panasonic who constantly strove
for A Better Life, A Better World.

The Panasonic Museum aims to pass on that lofty goal, and the products,
technologies and passion of its predecessors; the museum was established for
everyone, to pass on the "heart" of Panasonic to future generations.

The museum is comprised of three parts: the Konosuke Matsushita Museum where
visitors can touch upon the management and personal philosophy of Panasonic's
founder; the Hall of Manufacturing Ingenuity to view the manufacturing expertise that
have been passed down over the years; and the Sakura Hiroba (Sakura Garden).

We look forward to your visit.

Konosuke Matsushita, the founder of Panasonic who constantly strove for A Better Life, A Better World.

The Panasonic Museum aims to pass on that lofty goal, and the products, technologies and passion of its predecessors; the museum was established for everyone, to pass on the "heart" of Panasonic to future generations.

The museum is comprised of three parts: the Konosuke Matsushita Museum where visitors can touch upon the management and personal philosophy of Panasonic's founder; the Hall of Manufacturing Ingenuity to view the manufacturing expertise that have been passed down over the years; and the SAKURA HIROBA (Sakura Garden).

We look forward to your visit.

Access

Address: 1006 Oaza Kadoma, Kadoma-shi, Osaka 571-8501, Japan
Train Access: 2 mins. walk from Keihan Electric Railways Nishisanso Station

Admission fee: Free
Hours: 9:00 - 17:00
Closed: Sundays, and New Year holidays

*Hours may vary during special exhibitions.

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