|Completion date||Apr, 1989|
|Number of seats||17,00017,000 seats
(Lambda type retractable seats 10,300 seats)
Yokohama Arena is one of Japan's emblematic halls for multipurpose events. The scale and systems of the venue have remained among the top in the world since the arena was completed in 1989.
The 11,000 Lambda-type retractable seats installed at the venue were the first ever in Japan to be capable of rearranging themselves into diverse seating patterns in an arena-scale venue by full computerized control.
|Completion date||Apr, 1995|
|Number of seats||15,000 seats
(Lambda type retractable seats 1,486 seats)
The largest event hall in Kyushu, a venue extensively used for concerts, sports events, and exhibitions.
Lambda-type retractable seats are installed on the entrance side of the venue. The seats are collapsed under the floor when not in use. The floor flattens once the seats are fully retracted, producing a smooth flow line from the entrance to the arena.
|Completion date||Jan, 2008|
|Number of seats||2,000 seats
(Lambda type retractable seats 1,600 seats / Fixed floor retractable seats 400 seats)
Multipurpose hall constructed at Canon headquarters in Shimomaruko. Our Lambda-type retractable seats are installed for all seats for a wide range of usages, from meetings and seminars to sports events.
|Completion date||Jan, 1997|
|Number of seats||424 seats|
Lambda-type retractable seats are installed in an arena hall designed in a UFO-like form. A thrust stage type, with seats that can partially turn, is ideally suited for fashion shows.
Event planners can freely think up event space ideas, from stage type spaces to ordinary venues with flat floors, for translation into reality.
|Completion date||Jun, 1996|
Flip-up-type horizontal movable wall to partition the space of the Hall Foyer.