Events in Japan
January - 1 : Ichi-gatsu
Manufacturing World, the world’s leading trade show for manufacturing industries, will take place for three times a year in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya.
World’s Leading SMT Exhibition gathering Equipment, Solutions and Services for Electronics Manufacturing
Organized by Tokyo Metropolitan Government and Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO), this seminar includes a presentation on foreign investments in Tokyo and explain what supports they provide for foreign interpreters. After the seminar, a business matching between Japanese and foreign companies will take place.
From industrial/service robots to development technology, IT, AI, etc... all about robots gather at this show.
A traditional market held to sell Daruma dolls and those lucky charms. Numerous stalls line along Honmachi-dori Avenue (Route 50) and shopping streets of central Maebashi. Traditional events will also be performed at Maebashi Hachimangu Shrine.
From wearable devices to IoT, AR/VR technology, the latest materials&components, all about wearables gather from around the world.
Japan's largest exhibition gathering technologies and products related to smart factories such as IoT/M2M solutions, FA technologies, industrial robots, green energy solutions, and factory equipment, etc.
An exhibition specialised in processing technology for automotive manufacturing. The Best Place to Meet Automotive Engineers from All Over the World.
Autonomous Driving Technology Expo
Asia’s Largest Exhibition of Electronics Design, R&D and Manufacturing Technology.
A flea market held in front of Tokyo International Forum Building, just one minute away from JR Yurakucho Station in Ginza.
A large event held at Tokyo Dome Stadium. Numerous food stalls from all over Japan gather and serve unique local dishes. The highlight of the festival is traditional performing arts at the stage, including lively folk dance, drumming float parade.
Celebrating the New Year, various special events are held at the Tokyo National Museum, Ueno, Tokyo. On January 2nd and 3rd, traditional dance and music are performed. The schedule can be found on their official website.
Kawagoe historic district includes old merchant homes built in the traditional warehouse style of the Edo period. Kitain, a historical temple related to the Tokugawa Shogun family, has various attractions including the numerous stone states called Gokyaku Rakan.
The hidden-away-from-view statue of Yama, treasured at Shoenji temple 勝専寺 in Kitasenju 北千住, is opened to the public twice a year on 15th, 16th of January and July.
Organized by the Tokyo Fire Department, this is an event held to pray for a safe year. Although similar events are held throughout Japan, the spectacular New Year's Parade of Firemen has over 100 fire engines and helicopters participating, along with as large-scale fire-fighting and emergency drills. (textual quotation from JNTO website)
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