Video Of The World's Smallest Miniature Grand Piano, Tokyo Japan

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This is the word’s smallest grand piano. This miniature piano is 9.8 inches wide x 7 inches high and is fully playable. It’s difficult to play though, since each key is only .16 inches high. That’s one-twentieth the size a full size grand piano. It can be played manually or by computer.

The piano was designed by Japanese games manufacturer Sega, and costs $400. That’s considerably less than a new Steinway. It’s called the Grand Pianist and comes preloaded with either 50 or 100 songs, depending on the model you buy. Taking piano lessons would be a challenge, but it’s perfect for a really small concert, by a really small person. There is also a Hello Kitty model, of course.

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