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Brush up your lifestyle at the Sangetsu Shinagawa Showroom!

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Sangetsu, which trades in a wide range of interior décor materials such as wallpaper, flooring, curtains, and upholstery fabrics, has eight showrooms located throughout Japan. One of thse showrooms, the Sangetsu Shinagawa Showroom, is one of the largest showrooms in the Tokyo metropolitan area, and attracts a large number of visitors every day. Admission to the showroom is free, andd there are approximately 12,000 items on display, including wallpaper and flooring. We will be introducing the features of Sangetsu Shinagawa Showroom and how to use it, for those who want to change up their lifestyles before embarking on a new chapter in life, or for those whjo are considering building or remodeling their house.

An interior closet with approximately 12,000 items

To get to the Sangetsu Shinagawa Showroom, exit JR Shinagawa Station from the Konan exit and walk for roughly five minutes. The showroom is located on the 4th floor of the Shinagawa Grand Central Tower and is open to the general public.

*Customers wishing to have a consultation must make an appointment in advance.

The building, which spans an area of roughly 1980 square meters, has a high ceiling, creating a sense of spaciousness. Various product samples are on display, and as the theme of the Sangetsu Shinagawa Showroom, "GOOD LIFE CLOSET" suggests, the showroom is reminiscent of an interior closet. Simply walking around the showroom is an exciting experience.

Visitors can feel items such as wallpaper, flooring, and curtains for themselves to get a solid image of what the items are like.

Each panel of wallpaper on display can be removed and combined with different items, such as flooring and curtains.

It will be easier for you to find your wallpaper, flooring, and fabric of choice from the vast number of items on display if you refer to the "Digital Catalog" available on the Sangetsu website to get a good idea of your preferences in advance. If you do not have a firm image of how you would like your new room to look yet, the "Style Showcase" in the center of the showroom may be a useful reference for you. The Style Showcase is a model booth that represents lifestyles using individual scenes and incorporates the trends and new products of the times, which may inspire you when it comes to creating your room.

The interior design industry is constantly creating new trends in line with the times. The Style Showcase is also refreshed with new designs as the product sample books are updated.

The "Dress-up Simulation My Coordination", which allows users to mix and match wallpaper, flooring, curtains, and other items on the Sangetsu website, and "Everyone's #MySangetsu", which introduces Instagram posts by uers who have used Sangetsu items in their rooms, can also be used to create a new room. Use them as references together with the showroom to create a wonderful room!

There is also a hands-on experience corner and a wide selection of collaboration products!

Sangetsu's Shinagawa showroom attracts a wide range of visitors, from pro users such as house builders and construction companies to members of the general public who stop by on a whim. Many of the visitors come with their families, and the showroom is equipped with a children's corner, a nursing room. and a multipurpose restroom, allowing visitors with children to browse the showroom with peace of mind.

There is also an extensively-equipped hands-on experience corner where visitors can try out functional products. Only in this showroom can you actually test wallpaper that can be cleaned with light scrubbing, or durable flooring that comes equipped with odor-eliminating functions.

There is also a section for collaboration products and brand selections. The restroom shown in the photograph below is a unique wallpaper created in collaboration with the National Museum of Nature and Science. It will make your daily restroom experience more enjoyable.

In the area primarily featuring "MORRIS CHRONICLES", an original collection by William Morris, the British textile designer known as the "father of modern design", visitors can enjoy the worldview of Morris's elegant designs and experience for themselves how such designs can be easily combined with modern Japanese housing scenes.

Of course, there are visitors who visit the showroom with a clear vision, but even if a visitor does not have such a particular vision, they will start to come up with ideas of the kind of room they would like to have simply by browsing the showroom.

Generous support for when you are unsure as to how to create your room

The "Wall Navi", "Floor Navi", and "Curtain Navi" installed in the showroom will help you with selecting wallpaper, flooring, and curtains, respectively. iPads are also available for loan, so we recommend opening the "Dress-up Simulation My Coordination" and "Digital Catalog" and browse the showroom while viewing the actual items for yourself.

If you have any questions regarding the products, you can ask the concierge on duty, and you can also receive guidance by an expert staff member if you make an appointment in advance. Although there is a time limit of 60 minutes, if you tell the staff member your vision for your room, they can provide explanations of products, suggestions, and examples of product combinations for you.

The staff responsible for providing guidance are all professionals with specialized knowledge. Some of them are certified as interior coordinators and window decoration planners.

The Sangetsu Shinagawa Showroom moved to its current location in Konan, Minato-ku in 2015. As a "lifestyle proposal" showroom overflowing with the "fun of seeing", the "fun of choosing", and the "fun of combining", it continues to offer ideas for spaces that fit the individuality and preferences of its customers. On weekdays, the showroom attracts roughly 200-300 visitors, and on weekends and holidays, the number of visitors can exceed 600. We recommend you visit right after the showcase opens on a weekday, when you can take your time to look around. Whether you are considering a major home renovation or are simply thinking of redecorating a room, why not visit the Sangetsu Shinagawa Showroom and try your hand at creating a unique room of your own?
Sangetsu Shinagawa Showroom
https://www.sangetsu.co.jp/showroom/tokyo/
Address: 4F, Shinagawa Grand Central Tower, 2-16-4 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Operating hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Closed on Wednesdays (except holidays), during Obon holidays, and during the year-end and New Year holidays
The building is closed on the 3rd Sunday in November.

*The photos shown were taken as of November 2023.
Please note that products and displays are subject to change due to sample book updates and other factors.

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