Kawai

Digital pianos, stage pianos, acoustic pianos, grand pianos & hybrid pianos - a perfect symbiosis between technology and traditional craftsmanship characterises the keyboard instruments of the Japanese company Kawai. The history of the traditional Japanese company goes back to 1927, when the company founder Koichi Kawai built his first pianos. The Kawai headquarters is in Hamamatsu, Japan. Today, the company is the second largest piano manufacturer in the world and is listed on Japan's stock exchanges. The current head of the company, Hirotaka Kawai, is the grandson of the company founder and has taken over the chairmanship from his father Shigeru Kawai. The Kawai European headquarters have been located in Krefeld since 1990. Read more...

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Kawai - Digital Pianos, Stage Pianos, Uprights & Grand Pianos

A perfect symbiosis between technology and traditional craftsmanship characterises the keyboard instruments of the Japanese company Kawai. The history of the tradition-rich Japanese company goes back to 1927, when the company founder Koichi Kawai built his first pianos. In the following years, pianos, grand pianos and numerous other musical instruments followed. The Kawai company headquarters is in Hamamatsu, Japan.

Today, Kawai is the second largest piano manufacturer in the world and is listed as a public company on Japan's stock exchanges. The current head of the company, Hirotaka Kawai, is the grandson of the company founder and has taken over the chairmanship from his father Shigeru Kawai. Thus, the Kawai company has been under the direction of a Kawai family member since 1927. The Kawai Europe headquarters has been located in Krefeld since 1990.

Acoustic Kawai Pianos

Kawai is considered one of the most innovative and exclusive companies in the field of piano and grand piano construction. Especially extremely durable and precise mechanics, such as the Millennium III piano action with ABS carbon parts, distinguish the instruments today. Kawai's developments in the field of material research are world leaders in piano building. Especially the K-series set new standards in tonal expressiveness, dynamics and purity. Today, Kawai pianos are among the finest musical instruments in the world. This success is mainly due to the fact that the company remains true to the standards of craftsmanship set by its founder. Of course, Kawai is open to new technical developments and uses new technologies if it is guaranteed that a large number of people will benefit from the increase in quality.

From Beginners to Professionals
Learn to play the piano and perform live with Kawai digital pianos

All-new piano sounds with Harmonic Imaging technology are at the heart of Kawai's latest generation of digital pianos. Even greater detail and authenticity as well as different basic characters for even more flexibility characterise Kawai's piano sounds, starting with one of the best concert pianos in the world, the Kawai EX. Kawai records the exceptionally full sound within the piano development department in an anechoic chamber free of reflections. The engineers analyse the harmonic structures of the piano and create a precise "map" for each key over the entire dynamic range. Finally, Kawai engineers work with piano technicians to reproduce the excellent sound of the original Kawai concert grand piano. The piano technicians tune and intonate the sound data by ear. The result is a new quality of authenticity in the art of digital pianos.

Kawai Hybrid-Pianos:
Symbiosis of piano building tradition and innovative digital technology

Playing on a Kawai is a pleasure. Early on, the traditional piano manufacturer began combining the features of acoustic and digital instruments to bring the best of both worlds into one digital piano. Kawai was the first manufacturer to use solid wood keyboards with real hammer action in home pianos and stage pianos. This is certainly one reason why Kawai stage pianos have been among the most successful instruments on the market for years and why many famous pianists remain loyal to the brand. Playing a digital piano is a pleasure and combines excellent expressive possibilities with maximum playing comfort. Another innovation from Kawai is the combination of digital sound generation and acoustic soundboard. Transducer technology transfers the electrical vibration to the soundboard, creating a pleasantly spatial piano sound that comes extremely close to the sound propagation of an acoustic piano.

Electronic music instruments from Kawai

Playing on a Kawai is a pleasure. Early on, the traditional piano manufacturer began combining the features of acoustic and digital instruments to bring the best of both worlds into one digital piano. Kawai was the first manufacturer to use solid wood keyboards with real hammer action in home pianos and stage pianos. This is certainly one reason why Kawai stage pianos have been among the most successful instruments on the market for years and why many famous pianists remain loyal to the brand. Playing a digital piano is a pleasure and combines excellent expressive possibilities with maximum playing comfort. Another innovation from Kawai is the combination of digital sound generation and acoustic soundboard. Transducer technology transfers the electrical vibration to the soundboard, creating a pleasantly spatial piano sound that comes extremely close to the sound propagation of an acoustic piano.