Akio Morita Library
7-4 kameido, kosugaya,Tokoname-City, Aichi, 479-0807, JAPAN
TEL +81-569-37-0370

Opening hours:
10:00 - 17:00 (reservation required)
※last reservation time frame 15:00
Closed:
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Admission:
800 yen for adults, 500 yen for 65 and older,
500 yen for high school students and older,
free of charge for junior high school students and younger.

Photo by Kazumi Kurigami

This “Bond” is connecting to you.

“The Akio Morita Library” is a memorial museum that introduces the personalities of Akio Morita, the founder of Sony, and his wife Yoshiko.
More than anything else, Akio treasured his unshakable “connection” with others.
He was born as the fifteenth head of a sake brewery and brought a new business and culture to the world.
It was his wife Yoshiko’s “Omotenashi Spirit (heart of hospitality)” that supported the creation of this “connection”.
This “Akio Morita Library” is an exhibition of the two person’s many public and private artifacts and convey their achievements.

Outline of the facilities

Akio and Yoshiko’s “connection” to the persons they cherished most.
Through the five exhibition areas, we will show how this was an important factor in making the dream come true.

Archives

News and event information is posted there.
Reports of past events will also be published as needed.

Access

It is located in Tokoname City, Aichi Prefecture, which is rich in nature.
7-4 kameido, kosugaya, Tokoname-City, Aichi, 479-0807, JAPAN
TEL +81-569-76-2865

Akio Morita Library
7-4 kameido, kosugaya,Tokoname-City, Aichi, 479-0807, JAPAN
TEL +81-569-76-2865

Opening hours:
10:00 - 17:00 (reservation required)
※last reservation time frame 15:00
Closed:
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Admission:
800 yen for adults, 500 yen for 65 and older,
500 yen for high school students and older,
free of charge for junior high school students and younger.