Ginza's Sony Building will turn 50 in March 2017, and to mark the anniversary, they're tearing it down (quite literally). From April, the old building will be demolished and replaced by a new Sony Park, which is set to open by summer 2018. But before all that happens, the famed electronics manufacturer is hosting this exhibition at its most recognisable inner-city outpost. Products designed by Sony during its 70-year history, including the iconic TPS-L2 Walkman, the dog-robot Aibo and the very first colour TV, Chromatron, will be on display alongside original advertising posters. The theme is 'history' (sure), but they've managed to keep extreme nostalgia levels down, with a total of about 730 items being shown. The exhibition is divided into two parts, but with entry being free, there's no harm in coming back another day to see the rest. On the fourth floor, you'll find a shop selling toy capsules filled with original rubber straps from Sony's product history, and there will also be goodies from a collaboration with The Parking Ginza on offer.