Carlos Camacho By Carlos Camacho November 06, 2017

DJI opened their first DJI Arena in Tokyo on Saturday, October 21, 2017.


The 535 square meter arena will not only be to fly, but also have a store and technical support. The DJI Arena in Tokyo is managed and operated by the authorized dealer Japan Circuit in collaboration with DJI Japan.


The fly arena is equipped with a safety net and a customizable circuit for those who want to test their flying skills. In the retail space, DJI presents its full catalog of consumer and professional products.


"Because it is important that our air technology continues to grow, the DJI Arena concept is a new way of engaging not only hobbyists, but also those who consider this technology for their work or just for the excitement of flying," said Moon Tae-Hyun, DJI's Director of Brand Management and Operations. "With the ability to feel the remote control and try out the technology itself, customer satisfaction can be enhanced. When people understand how it works or how easy it is to fly, they will discover what this technology can do for them and see a whole new world of possibilities."

The DJI Arena is open for individual and group bookings, as well as corporate events and workshops. In the covered area customers can enjoy flying drones all year long, despite the weather outside.

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