Since the Osaka Package Museum was opened in 1981, the Package Museum has become home to around 100,000 examples of packaging that we have collected over the years. The collection includes not only items created by The Pack, but also examples of the work of other companies from Japan and all over the world. As a comprehensive packaging manufacturer, we are constantly re-examining the packaging of the past and researching the very latest trends. By offering you the chance to experience first-hand the real ‘power’ of packaging, this museum is sure to prove a font for innovative new concepts.
* Please be aware that the Package Museum is not open to the general public.
By offering the chance to get a first-hand experience of the designs, information and know-how in classic, as well as most up-to-date examples of packaging from Japan and all over the world, we can help our clients find solutions to their challenges.
Furthermore, for times when truly specialist knowledge is required, our design and technical staff are available to provide consultations on specification details and other issues.
At this “hub of packaging information”, we are striving to provide the latest information from not only within Japan, but also from an international network with New York at the center.
The Tokyo Package Museum also serves as a ‘packaging research facility’, offering support for our clients’ marketing activities by collecting and analyzing market data through packaging samples.