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Sony Building

Thursday, November 21, 2002
This is the ultimate shop for big boys' toys … it's a high-tech heaven guaranteed to impress!

The Tokyo Headquarters of the Sony electronics empire covers six storeys of things electronic for people of all ages.

Sony is responsible for so many things that arrived to an amazed public but are now just part of every day life.

The tape recorder, transistor radio and television, colour VCR, walkman, CD, DVD, 8mm camcorder, PlayStation and MiniDisc. It doesn't end there.

A visit to the Sony building has the gadget-lover in rapture and even those who aren't that interested are quite taken with what they see.

Tokyo's Sony Building is the largest and oldest in the world, and is one of two in Japan. Displays change frequently as new releases are churned out.

There are hands-on displays, prototypes which haven't been released into the marketplace, and there are two Hi-Vision theatres where you can sit back and enjoy high quality films.

You can have a look at the electronic fantasy world between 11am and 7pm every day, except public holidays.


Tokyo, the capital of Japan.


Sony Building entry is free.
Qantas flies daily to Tokyo. Return economy airfares start from $1907 from Darwin; $2164 from Perth; $2166 from Brisbane; $2167 from Melbourne; $2181 from Adelaide and $2184 from Sydney. Prices include charges/taxes and are current at time of recording but may vary at time of booking. Seasonal surcharges and conditions apply.
Please note prices are valid at time of transmission and to the best of our knowledge are inclusive of GST.

More information

Sony Building
Ginza Tokyo Japan
Ph: 0011 81 3 3573 2371

Qantas: Ph: 13 13 13

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