Greetings

The founder of Panasonic, Konosuke Matsushita,
established the management policy stating that a company is a public entity of society,
and put into practice his belief that a company can contribute to society through its business operations.
At the same time, he strove to go beyond the defined role of a businessman and realize his desire for the prosperity and
happiness of humankind.

Since the company was established in 1918, one hundred years have passed.
During that time, later generations have continued to inherit the lofty goals, methods and ideas of Konosuke Matsushita,
who continually strove for A Better Life, A Better World, resulting in products, technologies and a company culture
unique to Panasonic.

The Panasonic Museum, along with conveying thanks for the past 100 years, was established to pass on Konosuke
Matsushita's words and, through contact with successive generations of Panasonic products, his passion. In short, we
hope to pass on the "heart" of Panasonic to the future. As a place for everyone to learn, visitors can perhaps get some
clues for their own ideas and methods.

Society, Economics, Industry. In this multi-faceted era of change, Panasonic hopes to continue to be a company that aids
the development of society.

We sincerely hope that you will be able to come and visit us. We look forward to seeing you.

The founder of Panasonic, Konosuke Matsushita, established the management policy stating that a company is a public entity of society, and put into practice his belief that a company can contribute to society through its business operations. At the same time, he strove to go beyond the defined role of a businessman and realize his desire for the prosperity and happiness of humankind.

Since the company was established in 1918, one hundred years have passed. During that time, later generations have continued to inherit the lofty goals, methods and ideas of Konosuke Matsushita, who continually strove for A Better Life, A Better World, resulting in products, technologies and a company culture unique to Panasonic.

The Panasonic Museum, along with conveying thanks for the past 100 years, was established to pass on Konosuke Matsushita's words and, through contact with successive generations of Panasonic products, his passion. In short, we hope to pass on the "heart" of Panasonic to the future. As a place for everyone to learn, visitors can perhaps get some clues for their own ideas and methods.

Society, Economics, Industry. In this multi-faceted era of change, Panasonic hopes to continue to be a company that aids the development of society.

We sincerely hope that you will be able to come and visit us. We look forward to seeing you.

Photo:Konosuke Matsushita Museum

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