The latest models of audio visual and computer products are yours to test in this tall, slim, and eye-catching building. The ... More
The latest models of audio visual and computer products are yours to test in this tall, slim, and eye-catching building. The High-Vision Theater shows free movies every day. Experience Sonys outstanding audio and visual entertainment at the Communication Zone Opus on the 8th floor. Tech and game fans, this is an invitation to lose yourselves in the world of Sony products. Children will get a kick out of the musical staircase between the first and basement floors.
The place is nothing what the other reviews said. I was just there yesterday (4/20/09) and there is no playstation room. To sum it all up, you can see their TVs, cameras, phones, headphones, and computers. Granted you can play with the focus on a camera (woo hoo, and I'm being sarcastic) but that's about it. They have shopping there, like 5 floors of clothes and one tiny section for Sony stuff. Not worth the time or effort to get there. Granted, it's free, but we still had to pay for the train to get there. Not worth it. Skip this attraction if you can...you'll be happy.
The Sony building is a glimpse into tomorrow.
You can view cutting edge products that are not yet available for purchase.
It is a multi-story building in the heart of the Ginza district of Tokyo.
There is no charge to wander around and they even have a duty free zone.
The staff is very friendly and will answer any questions as long as you speak Japanese.
Well worth a look around, especially since some of the products will never be released in North America.
i LOVED IT SO MUCH its a musc see essential
really you must see it, its a must see for anyone who likes sony.
It's so amazing you have to go see it i really cant explain how good it is, i loved it and im going again very soon.
Sony building is Ok place to visit if you are already in the Urakucho area. It is Sony products show room. Unless you have interest in particular products, you might find is a little boring. However, it is free to go in so, if you want to kill time, or meet up,it is a good place.
It was free so I can't complain. If you are a techie then it would be something to do early in the day. I would leave the afternoon open for something more exciting. It is one of those "been, there, done that, and moved on" experiences. I would not return for a second visit unless I lived in Tokyo and was interested in purchasing one of Sony's products and wanted to try it before I bought.
The Sony Building is located in Ginza. Inside they have all the latest Sony gadgets from mp3 player, televisions, and digital camera's. If your looking for high quality electronic at resonable prices they I highly suggest visiting the Sony Building. They also carry overseas models on most of there electronics with warranties
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