As The Olympic Partner of the AV equipment category, Panasonic has been supporting the Olympic Games for more than 25 years. And now, to Tokyo 2020 and beyond. Please take a look at Panasonic's contributions to the Games from a refreshing perspective.
Panasonic's LED lighting plays an important role in crating the optimal environment for the home, buildings, and towns.
Panasonic Beauty products will help you do just that, but without the hassle. By combining cutting-edge technology with unique ideas, Panasonic Beauty products will help make beauty upkeep more efficient and effective.
Panasonic supports sustainable development through UNESCO World Heritage conservation and education.
In January 2014, Panasonic organized its education program for the next generation, the Kid School in Hawaii. After learning about creating and saving energy in a class on environmental education, they learned about solar power generation by building a model hybrid car. Then they visited a World Heritage site, the Kilauea volcano and learned about the importance of protecting World Heritage sites. Please take a look at some of the activities Panasonic undertakes as part of its CSR activities to help educate the future generation about the environment.
Panasonic Kids School program aims to help the dreams of many children around the world come true and to nurture their possibilities. This video report features scenes from the global awards ceremony for both Kid Witness News and Eco Picture Diary Contest, which held together at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris on December 5, 2013.
One of Tokyo's most famous tourist destinations, Kaminarimon at Senso-ji Temple in Asakusa, attracts many worshippers and tourists. It actually burnt down in 1865 and was left in that state for 95 years until Panasonic's founder, Konosuke Matsushita (Matsushita Electric Industrial Company at that time), undertook its reconstruction gratis. Ever since, Panasonic has donated a new paper lantern once every decade. This video introduces scenes from the replacement of the lantern that took place this year. Included is footage from the Asakusa area in the 1960's with the celebration of the Kaminarimon's reconstruction as well as craftsmen in Kyoto making the paper lantern.