Sorry but no. It has pretty much been the rule that domestic pricing on domestic electronic products is higher than the export price.
There have been rare exceptions such as all the smaller Korg synths in the last few years where the domestic and US prices are pretty much in line. Considering that the US & Japan are the biggest sales volumes this actually makes sense as it makes sales forecasting simpler by eliminating currency risk entirely. While Europe may be technically a big market, having to do a massively fragmented advertising, packaging and support plan pushes up costs tremendously so it makes sense to set € prices higher.