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Piano Club, Japan is a Japanese used piano export corporation located in Yokohama, Japan. The business was established primarily as an export and services to the piano industry and we have been operating and export business over the last three decades. Our inventory consists of major Japanese brand pianos, such as YAMAHA KAWAI and so on. Over the years we have formed numerous relationships with the piano retailer and wholesaler from all over the world. And we are still looking for new customers to expand our business.
U.S.A. Italy, Holland, Portugal, Indonesia, Greece, Malaysia, Morocco, Taiwan, Viet Nam, Hong Kong, Australia, Sli Lanka, Spain, Singapore, Israel, Thailand, China
We sell used pianos as they are. It means that they are unpolished and untuned. We give a grade A to used pianos which we think it will look good if you just polish them. We give a grade B to the used pianos with some scratches, and C to the used pianos that you have to refinish.
We give a grade A to the used pianos that are not loose and have no scratches even though it’s color has changed.
We give a grade A except used pianos which do not function or are very rusty.
We barely find a problem if the hammer is not extremely over used. We think that the most important thing is if it transfers movement of the keys well. In this matter, most of YAMAHA piano have no problem on the action.
Grading soundboard is very controversial. In Japan, piano dealers do not find it a problem unless they have distinctive cracks on the sound board. If there is a cracks, of course, we give a low grade as it makes noise. We do not consider it a problem as long as it makes right sound. It is very rare to see piano with the crack on it in Japanese pianos. Therefore, we give a grade A to most of our used pianos.