Ginza Sony Park
Ginza: Shopping complex
 
Ginza Sony Park: Ginza
Ginza / Shopping complex
Open 5:30am-12:30am daily.

Occupying the venerated site of the once and future Sony Building, Sony Park will be here until late 2020 or so, and will undoubtedly be the venue for various Sony-related activities, promotions and random amusements for the duration. Soon after opening, some of the attractions were: a roller-skating rink; exotic tropical plants in the deck area; a massive fish tank (a Ginza Sony annual summer tradition); a popup shop with Sony Park-branded merchandise; and a demonstration of the latest model of the Aibo robot dog.







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