*Please note that Show Management does not provide any visa support for visitors.
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Largest Fashion Trade Show in Japan
As a comprehensive fashion marketplace in Japan, FASHION WORLD TOKYO [April] provides the worldwide fashion industry with abundant business opportunities.
Continuing to increase the number of exhibitors since its launch, the 2023 April show is expected to gather 750* exhibitors. (*including concurrent shows)
Travel & Venue Info
Tokyo Big Sight, Japan
3-11-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan 135-0063
Rinkai line 7-minutes walk from Kokusai-Tenjijo Station
Yurikamome 3-minutes walk from Tokyo Big Sight station (former Kokusaitenjijo-seimon sta.)
Take a look at the access information below and plan your travel for attending the show.
Are you a shopping lover? If so, your destination should be Ginza. From fast-fashion to high brand, you can find clothes, bags, shoes, etc. at flagship stores and department stores. Also, Ginza is famous for its expensive restaurants with tasteful worldwide cuisine.
At Shibuya & Harajuku―mecca for youngsters, you can feel the pop culture in Japan. See & walk through the world-famous scramble crossing in Shibuya. With 3 stops from Shibuya on Yamanote Line, Shinjuku is the business area with skyscrapers and is also known as the entertainment area that never sleeps.
If you would like to see old Japan, the Asakusa area is a good choice. Visit Tokyo's oldest temple "Sensoji" and its gate called "Kaminarimon." At "Nakamise," the small shopping street, you can find and buy goods like Kanji T-shirts, Sushi key chains, etc. You can also visit the Ueno area with a 20mins walk.
Are you an Anime, Manga, or Video games lover? If yes, Akihabara, often abbreviated as Akiba, must be your paradise! Akiba is also known for hundreds of electronics shops, ranging from tiny stalls specialising in a particular electronic component to large electronics retailers.
You will need an invitation ticket and business cards. Please apply for the Exhibition Ticket from the following website.
Each invitation ticket allows entry for one person only. For additional tickets, please register from the following link.
If you have an Invitation Ticket for one of the concurrent shows, you can enter all shows for free.
Yes. Once you complete the registration procedures and receive your badge on-site, you are free to leave and re-enter the venue during the 3-day exhibition period.
Please apply for the Exhibition Ticket again from the following website.
Show Management does not support VISAs for visitors. Please refer to the "Guide to Japanese Visas" on the website of The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan:
Please note that the necessity of a visa varies by nationality of the visitors. For particular details, please contact your nearest Japanese diplomatic mission directly.
You can contact exhibitors through “Exhibitors & Products Search”.
Please refer to the "Venue Info & Access" below for details.
Yes. Visit the following hotel information website for details. Please note that almost all of the hotels near the show venue are expected to be fully booked around the show dates. Show Management recommends visitors to book their accommodation for the show in advance.
Please visit the official Big Sight for details about other Wi-Fi services.
Yes. Cloakrooms and coin lockers are available on-site. Please refer to the floor map of the show venue.
No. This is a B-to-B trade show. Individuals under the age of 18 are not allowed to enter the show.
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