The store is a three-floor facility designed to enable customers to experience Roland’s electronic musical instruments in a better environment and enjoy a long-lasting musical life. The first floor displays and sells synthesizers, dance and DJ products, cables and other accessories, as well as original goods such as T-shirts, mugs, and notebooks produced in collaboration with Moleskine. The second floor displays and sells a variety of piano products, from full-fledged digital grand pianos to entry-level electronic pianos, and the first basement floor features the “V-Drums” series electronic drums and BOSS brand products.
Visitors to the store are required to make reservations in advance through the store’s official website, and Roland Product Specialists, who have a wealth of expertise and experience, will be available to serve customers. Visitors without reservations can also visit the store, but if the store is crowded, numbered tickets will be distributed and visitors will enter the store in order.
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