SCHWESTER, the third oldest piano manufacturer in Japan, was established in 1929 and
is widely recognized both domestically and internationally as one of the best Japanese piano brand.

At that time there were many Japanese pianos based on STEINWAY & SONS and BECHSTEIN,
but only SCHEWESTER was modeled on BOSENDORFER
and also managed to reproduce its original inspiration and goal perfectly.

As of why it has such a beautiful sound, one of the reasons is that it uses Hokkaido Yezo Spruce,
which is extremely difficult to obtain but at the same time an ideal material for the soundboard.

For the action it utilizes Roeslau wires and Louis Renner Hammers,
which are highly evaluated all around Europe and North America.

We Takemoto Piano have various SCHWESTER models in stock,
so please feel free to contact your appointed sales personnel anytime for more information!