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FASHION WORLD TOKYO holds conferences and seminars to stimulate the fashion market in Japan.
These seminars are constructed by “Advisory Committee” which consists of the opinion leaders of the Japanese fashion industry.
By holding these events with the support from those industry leaders, FASHION WORLD TOKYO attracts a wide range of industry professionals and becomes the business platform in the Japanese fashion industry.

Exhibitor Profile
  • Women’s Ready to Wear
  • Women’s Bags & Shoes
  • Women’s Accessories
  • Men’s Ready to Wear
  • Men’s Accessories
  • etc.
Business Meetings
  • Find Distributors/Agents
  • Take Orders
  • Design Consultation
  • Price Negotiation
  • etc.
Visitor Profile
  • Importer
  • Wholesaler
  • Department Store
  • Speciality Boutique
  • Mass Retailer, GMS
  • Online Store
  • etc.

Tap into the Attractive Market, Japan

Japan, 3rd Largest Fashion Market in the World

Japan, 3rd Largest Fashion Market in the World

Imported Fashion Market in Japan is Expanding

Imported Fashion Market in Japan is Expanding
The market size of the imported fashion market kept growing since 2010 to 2015, marking 54.7% of the growth.
One of the main drive of the growth is an increase of consumption of middle and wealthy classes in Japanese market.
 

Chosen by More International Exhibitors

Gathering 830* exhibitors in April 2018 and 1,250* exhibitors in October 2018 from 40* countries/regions, FASHION WORLD TOKYO is becoming much more international show. (*expected)

List of exhibiting countries/regions - at FASHION WORLD TOKYO 2017 April&October -

  • United States
  • United Kingdom
  • Italy
  • India
  • Australia
  • Netherlands
  • Canada
  • Switzerland
  • Spain
  • Thailand
  • Czech Republic
  • Chile
  • Germany
  • Turkey
  • Nepal
  • Republic of Panama
  • Bangladesh
  • France
  • Vietnam
  • Peru
  • Belgium
  • Portugal
  • Malaysia
  • Mexico
  • Mongolia
  • Romania
  • Russia
  • South Africa
  • Finland
  • Pakistan
  • Korea
  • Hong Kong
  • Taiwan
  • China
  • Japan
  • Kazakhstan
  • Philippines
  • Macao
(in random order)

Massive number of visitors from all over the world

visits

Effectively attracts qualified buyers from different types of professionals

Importers / Agents

The key to expand your market is to meet importers and agents. FASHION WORLD TOKYO attracts prestigious importers and agents in Japan.

  • MITSUI BUSSAN INTER-FASHION
  • ITOCHU
  • MARUBENI
  • ONWARD
  • MITSUBISHI SHOJI FASHION
  • SOJITZ
  • YAGI TSUSHO
  • SUMITOMO CORP.
  • TOYOTA TSUSHO
  • ETOILE KAITO
  • TOYOSHIMA
  • DOSHISHA
etc.

Department Stores

A lot of buyers from most of all major department stores throughout Japan visit FASHION WORLD TOKYO.

  • ISETAN MITSUKOSHI HOLDINGS
  • TAKASHIMAYA
  • HANKYU HANSHIN
  • MARUI
  • SOGO & SEIBU
  • KEIO
  • DAIMARU
  • ODAKYU
  • TOKYU
  • MEITETSU
  • MATSUYA
  • MARUEI
etc.

Boutiques

FASHION WORLD TOKYO is where you can meet various types of boutiques from huge branded stores to small sized boutiques from all over Japan.

  • ABAHOUSE INTERNATIONAL
  • URBAN RESEARCH
  • EDIFICE
  • BEAMS
  • TOMORROWLAND
  • BAYCREW’S
  • SHIPS
  • NANO・UNIVERSE
  • JOURNAL STANDARD
  • UNITED ARROWS
  • JUN
  • UENO-SHOKAI
etc.

Premium Buyers from Other Asian Countries

1,500* top buyers from Asia and other countries are invited to the fair. (*expected)

  • LF (Korea)
  • Lotte Mart (Korea)
  • Hyundai Dept. Store (Korea)
  • Msyaming Luxury Fashion Group (Taiwan)
  • Matahari Dept. Store (Indonesia)
  • Central Group (Thailand)
  • The Landmark (Philippines)
  • Tang Singapore (Singapore)
  • Harrods (UK)
  • Galaries Lafayette Group (France)
  • Macy's (USA)
etc.
The Solemn Declaration of No Inflated Numbers

We consistently count visitor registration numbers clearly and stringently, with no deception, continue to release the real numbers.

Three Major Principles of the Counting Method
  1. One business card submitted at the on-site registration counter is counted as one visitor.
  2. Once registered, a visitor is counted only once, no matter how many times and days they enter the exhibition.
  3. Counting the visitors each time they pass through the entrance is regarded as an actual inflation of the figures, therefore, this counting method is prohibited.

Please refer to the following URL for details on the counting method.
www.fashion-tokyo.jp/en/doc/TAC/

  • Supported by the Industry Leaders

    FASHION WORLD TOKYO holds conferences and seminars to stimulate the fashion market in Japan.
    These seminars are constructed by “Advisory Committee” which consists of the opinion leaders of the Japanese fashion industry.
    By holding these events with the support from those industry leaders, FASHION WORLD TOKYO attracts a wide range of industry professionals and becomes the business platform in the Japanese fashion industry.

  • (Honorifics omitted, in random order)

    seminar

    Toru Takeuchi

    Director & Senior Managing Executive officer
    Department Store Business Planning & Operation Headquarters

    ISETAN MITSUKOSHI HOLDINGS

    seminar

    Naoya Araki

    President

    HANKYU HANSHIN
    DEPARTMENT
    STORES, INC.

    seminar

    Keishi Endo

    Board Member,
    Executive Vice President

    BEAMS CO., LTD.

    seminar

    Shigeru Sugimura

    CEO

    BAYCREW'S CO.,LTD.

    seminar

    Koki Mine

    Officer, THE SAZABY LEAGUE, Ltd.
    Company President

    LITTLE LEAGUE COMPANY
    (Ron Herman)

    seminar

    Maiko Shibata

    Creative Director

    RESTIR HOLDINGS INC.

    seminar

    Yukitomo Takahashi

    Chief Executive Officer

    BARNEYS JAPAN
    CO., LTD.

    seminar

    Chizuru Muko

    WWD Japan
    Editor in Chief

    INFAS PUBLICATIONS,
    INC.

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